The Pench National Park of the district has secured the first place among the national parks across the country, scoring 97 out of 100points due to it excellent management system. The Forest Minister, Dr Shah on Thursday while inaugurating Ganesh Machan in the buffer zone of Pench National Park said that the National Park is also working in the interest of the workers who have contributed significantly to better management of forests. The workers working in the department will be provided with sweater, cap, and shoes every year and their health test will be done every year. Each labourer will be provided with a cycle in 4 years. He said to give the status of skilled labourers to the workers who have been working for more than 12 years.
Due to the day-to-day hard work of labourers, the forest department is making steady progress in the management of forests and wild life. The department will celebrate Park-Day every year to express gratitude to these workers. On this day, workers and their families working in the National Park would be honoured by collaborating with free safari system. Forest Minister instructed the forest officers to make all necessary arrangements to familiarize the students arriving at Chetna Center for training with the natural heritage of Pench National Park. For this, MP, Dr. Dhalesinh Bisen approved to provide 2 small buses. At the same time, MLA of Barghat, Arjun Kakodia approved to give an ambulance vehicle for health facilities in Pench National Park. Under the Safari Yojana in Buffer, the Forest Department has set up a park near the Ganesh Talab of Pench National Park in an attempt to increase the tourist trend in the core area of the National Park as well as the buffer area.