Karak: In a recent report, the elders of the remote Koh-i-Maidan district of Karak have associated their involvement in the upcoming anti-polio drive with developing a road to the community.
While talking at a meeting with local elder Mubarak Shah in the chair, they said they have been facing difficulties due to the lack of a road. They also said the work on a small dam being constructed on a ‘dirt track’ leading to their village would be interrupted if the locality were connected to the road.
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In a different turn of events, Karak Tehsil’s cultivators requested that the public authority give them access freedoms to develop woodlands in the Chountra area to help decrease the risk of floods and make them monetarily secure. Respondents said that Chountra had a large number of sections of land of desolate land that could be utilized to improve timberland cover and ranchers’ wages.
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They protested that the forest department did not concentrate on growing forests in Channikhel, Kanodkhel, Deli Mela, Dhand Eidalkhel. They then said that the farmers were willing to donate their land to the department for the purpose.
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