Prima facie, the forest laws provide protection for settlement of rights of the local people and communities before declaration of forestland. However, this presumption often doesn't hold true on the ground because of a number of factors. These include:
Declaration of deemed Reserved Forests and Protected Forests Non-recognition of rights on land used for shifting cultivation Lack of settlement of rights and faulty settlement of rights........ more
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