Final cut at Govt Poly: 138 trees

Nagpur: Government Polytechnic major Chandrashekhar Thorat, who had put all the blame at the Public Works Department (PWD) on Tuesday, had written to the state company to chop trees at the campus. Following the letter, a cleanliness drive was undertaken which resulted in the cutting over a number of timber during the last one week.
On Wednesday, NMC garden division inspected and recognized over 138 timber have been chopped without its permission. Garden superintendent Amol Chorpagar stated a notice can be issued to both the varsity and the PWD on Thursday. NGO Green Vigil too was provide.

Thorat’s letter did not given any explicit choice of timber at the 22-acre lush green campus.

In his letter dated December 1, 2018, Thorat asked PWD to chop trees close to the hydraulics and transportation laboratory as they have been posing danger to officers, lecturers and students from reptiles.

On the opposite hand, the PWD executive engineer RR Jaiswal visited the campus and sought a file from deputy engineer. The DE has submitted that the PWD and its contractor had most effective minimize the weeds and repaired roads at the premises.

Thorat refused to comment at the issue.

Junior engineer Suresh Padhye stated an agreement was made based on Thorat’s letter. “Decisions are taken at higher ranges. We integrated elimination of weeds and grass at the campus,” he stated.

Padhye stated the varsity has tree cutting machines and it has chopped them on a number of occasions.


Executive engineer RR Jaiswal stated most effective trees across the development have been minimize on account of danger from snakes and scorpions. He denied cutting timber even though the major mentioned it in his letter. “Even if consumer division asks us to chop tree we don’t do it. There is not any reason why to chop timber,” he stated.


PWD contractor Aniket Dangre too denied having minimize the timber. “We most effective cleared the grass and a few trees close to the main development. The paintings order equipped to us didn’t include the cutting process,” he stated.


The Maharashtra State Technical Education Board (MSBTE), whose place of work is situated at the same campus, lately wrote to the PWD asking it to chop an previous tree which has dried up.


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