Baghjan fire to a loss of Rs 25,000 cr to destroy the 55% Biodiversity in area : Report
Baghjan fire – The Report, titled “The Ecology and Management: A study guide from the Baghjan,” was prepared and added to the Chief Conservator of Forests and is rich in natural resources, M. K. Yadava.
The release of gas from the Baghjan Oil India Limited, in Assam’s Tinsukia district in the last year, leading to an estimated loss of Rs 25,000 crore, destroyed approximately 55% of the Biodiversity in the city, according to a study report prepared by a senior forest official on Wednesday. The description, titled “The Ecology and Management: A study guide from the Baghjan fire,” was designed and added to the Chief Conservator of Forests and is rich in natural resources, M. K. Yadava.
It is said that the killing 25,825 animals belonging to 41 genera and families; and 91, the animals of the Wild animal Protection law, including an in-Gangetic offers the dolphins, and two of the bully, the Artist.
“It may be considered to be no cost, items, and other items, the price of which, as is well known, was not adopted to list a minimal amount of the “count” of losses that can be directly and effectively bought in, ” said the Report. The estimated losses in this Report have been calculated based on this method is to calculate a compensation of Rs 25,050. 61 crore, this can be achieved in 10 years.
Yes No 5 Bagdzhane began to spew out of gas on May 27 of last year, and then it blew up on June 9, and it was utterly destroyed on November 15. As a result of the incident, three people were killed. The condensation of the oil spread to a large area of 13.85 sq. km, it 7.97 sq. km, was almost completely burned, 1.02 sq. km, it was partially burned, and is the average of the affected area, spread to 13.75 sq. km).
Dobro-Saihova National Park is influenced by the area of 12.07 sq. km. It is only as a result of natural disasters, the hit of the wetlands, with a total land area of 16.32 sq. km, pasture land, with an area of 5.23 sq. km of rivers/streams, with an area of 19.76 sq. km, and space, with an area of 2.13 sq. km).
The Report also noted that the Baghjan fire surge caused extensive burning, fire protection, noise pollution, water pollution, and air pollution, vibrations, movement, space, cause, the stress in the housing, the drenching of thousands of people, domestic animals, and wild animals. “oil rain,” and leading to the fetus of a multitude of animals.
First of all, to the collapse of the Maguri Nppung ecosystems, and harm, in the end, the Dibru-Saihova of the National Park, and the introduction of the meadows, the unbearable, the lack of heat, and the powerful, burning with the light of day. Damage was caused to the coffee, orchards, vegetable farms, fruit and vegetable crops.
The ground was dirty, oil, oils, and heavy metals were needed for the treatment. In contrast, the tea bushes that are needed a shake-up, and in the Republic of Azerbaijan to large quantities of crops need to be well aware of any harmful chemicals, according to the Report. The misery was compounded by the COVID-19 outbreak and a series of floods, nine of which occurred last year.
A spokesman for the oil company, Tridip Hazarika, confirmed to PTI that the company is studying this Report only after it has been thoroughly reviewed.
The former Prime minister Sarbananda Sonowal’s mission of the Yadava in June of last year, to research the impact on the environment and the ecology of the surrounding areas.
He is responsible for evaluating its impact on flora and fauna, together with the variety of species found in the water.
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