Bahawalpur: According to news released on Sunday, the forest department has announced a plan for the preservation and eco-conservation of Lal Sohanra National Park at a cost of PKR 120 million (October 10).

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According to press reports, the Punjab Planning and Development Department (P&D) has issued tenders to companies interested in working at the park. Sharing facts about the project, Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) Ijaz Ahmed Tabbasum disclosed that a natural habitat will be constructed on an area of 2,700 acres for the sustenance and breeding of nilgai, chinkara deer, and blackbucks.

The Park will also feature indigenous tree species as well as local grasses such as jand, beri, and keekar. There will be 54 open water ponds for wildlife in the Lal Sohanra National Park.

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Furthermore, the natural habitat’s eco-preservation is projected to be completed in two years. The local community will share the burden for habitat care. The tenders will be released before the end of the month, according to the forest officer.

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