Forest residents' community rights will remain in effect until they have fully recovered, according to the Union Environment Minister

The government would continue to enforce the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972, until rehabilitation is complete . The Wildlife Bill was introduced in the winter session of the Parliament on Wednesday .

The government would continue to enforce the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972, until their rehabilitation is complete, according to Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav, on Friday.They have been rehabilitated, but the Union Minister said that such changes show that the government not only wants to include every individual person in the race for growth but also cares about their rights.Jadav said that such amendments come after Congress Jairam Ramesh's decision to amend the Wildlife Act.He also criticized the Opposition leader for opposing the government's approach.Since PM Modi took over as Prime Minister, welfare initiatives for the homeless have been implemented.

Today, it is clear that with Jan-Dhans accounts, the opposition brought economic stability to the poor, he said.During the Parliaments Winter Session, Yadav also demanded that the opposition conducts research on the poors' welfare plans.The poor's welfare schemes should be discussed.If we focus on the work done for the poor in the last eight years, we will see how it has been done.

The winter session of Parliament will feature 16 new bills, which will be delivered by the BJP-led Central Governments.

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