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Minutes of the 29th Meeting of the Standing Committee of National Board for Wildlife: Don't disturb Quail status? - Sukanya Kadyan

Minutes of the 29th Meeting of the Standing Committee of National Board for Wildlife: Don't disturb Quail status? - Sukanya Kadyan

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Why Quail De-listed from the protected list of birds, its status should be maintained under the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972? - Abhishek Kadyan, HAWO to AWBI / Member, District Public Relation and Grievances Committee (Govt. of Haryana).
Why Quail De-listed from the protected list of birds, its status should be maintained under the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972? - Abhishek Kadyan, HAWO to AWBI / Member, District Public Relation and Grievances Committee (Govt. of Haryana).

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 Minutes of 29
th
meeting of S.C of NBWL held on 06.06.2013
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 Minutes of 29
th
meeting of S.C of NBWL held on 06.06.2013
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Ministry of Environment and ForestsWildlife Division****Minutes of the 29
th
Meeting of the Standing Committee of National Board for Wildlifeheld on 6
th
June 2013 in Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
The 29
th
Meeting of the Standing Committee of National Board for Wildlife (NBWL)was held on 6
th
June 2013 in the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), New Delhi,under the of Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Environment and Forests.The list of participants is at
Annexure-1
. Chairperson extended welcome to the participants.The agenda items were then opened for discussion.
Agenda No. 1:Confirmation of the minutes of the 28
th
Meeting of Standing Committee of NationalBoard for Wildlife held on 20
th
March 2013.
The Member-Secretary informed the committee that the draft minutes of the 28
th
 Meeting of Standing Committee of NBWL, held on 20
th
March 2013 were circulated to themembers on 23
rd 
April 2013 for their comments within two weeks as decided in the 24
th
 Meeting of the Standing Committee. The comments that were received were appropriatelyincorporated in the minutes and the final minutes were circulated to all members on 17
th
May2013. Further comments were received on the final minutes from Ms. Prerna Bindra and ShriKishor Rithe.It was decided that the comments may be taken as noted in the minutes of the 29
th
 meeting and could be appended to the minutes of the 29
th
meeting. This was agreed to by themembers. The minutes of the 28
th
meeting were thereafter confirmed.
Agenda No. 2: Action Taken Report
The Member-Secretary informed that Action Taken Report for the following four  proposals were received and could be considered by the committee:
Item 4.2(17): Repair & upgradation of existing road passing through NauradehiWildlife Sanctuary from Tendukheda-Taradehi Maharajpur roadkm.26, 27, 28/2-4-6, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 & 38/2=7.80 Km, Madhya Pradesh.4.2 (18): Diversion of 25.4 ha of forest land from Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuaryfor widening and upgradation of existing Tendukhera-Patan-Rehli road(SH-15A) (km.78/8 to 99/10=21.4 kms) passing through NauradehiWildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh.
The Member Secretary informed that in pursuance to the decision taken in the 28
th
 meeting of Standing Committee of NBWL, Dr.M.K. Ranjitsinh had carried out site
 
 Minutes of 29
th
meeting of S.C of NBWL held on 06.06.2013
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inspections of the above two road sections and had submitted the site inspection report. Headded that Dr. Ranjitsinh had recommended the two proposals subject to certain conditions.The members agreed with the recommendations made by Dr.Ranjitsinh in his siteinspection report. The Committee, therefore, unanimously recommended both the above proposals subject to the following conditions, as suggested by Dr. Ranjitsinh:
i.
 
The maintenance and repair would be at the existing levels of width of both black-topping and shoulder-sand slopes.ii.
 
 All the material required for maintenance and repair, including moorum, metal, soiletc. and fuel for heating the tar, would be brought from outside the
Sanctuary
. No"borrow pits" for metal, moorum or soil would be permitted in the Sanctuary premises.iii.
 
 All points where the road is traversed by animal trails, and places where animals areexpected to cross the roads to reach water for drinking, should have speed breakers. If there is a need, underpasses below the road would also be provided for passage of animals. The site selections in all these cases would be done by the officer in chargeof the Sanctuary.iv.
 
The officer-in-charge of the Sanctuary may prescribe a speed limit of vehicles passing on the roads traversing the Sanctuary.v.
 
The PWD will put up signages for speed limit, prohibition on blowing of horns,warning of animal crossings and others deemed necessary by the Sanctuaryauthorities.vi.
 
The Sanctuary authorities should place manned chowkies at the exit and entry pointsof both these roads and extra vigilance will have to be exercised at night, especially inview of the fact that illicit extraction of timber was noticed in the Sanctuary.
5(1) Proposal for construction of Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) atPanvel aluk, District. Raigad in Maharashtra in 10 km eco-sensitive zone/Area(ESA) of Karnala Bird sanctuary (KBS)
The Member Secretary informed the committee that this proposal was discussed during the 28
th
Meeting of Standing Committee of NBWL and after discussions, thecommittee had decided that a team comprising of Dr. Asad Rahmani and Shri Kishor Rithewould conduct site inspection and submit a report to the Standing Committee of NBWL for consideration. Subsequently, Dr. Asad Rahmani of Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)informed the MoEF that BNHS had accepted the study from project proponent CIDCO and hence he would be unable to be a part of site inspection team as it would be a conflict of interest for him. Therefore, Additional Director General of Forest (Wildlife), Dr.Divyabhanusinh Chavda and Kishor Rithe were directed to conduct the site inspection vide

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