After Independence there was some rethinking on the issue of forest policy. The new National Forest Policy was declared by the Government of India in 1952, which emphasised ecological and social aspects of forestry and gave only secondary importance to the needs of commerce and industry and also to the revenue collection. The tribals living near forests were discouraged from using forest and forest produce......... more
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