In a gathering held on Friday to deal with the elephant menace contained in the Aralam farm, it was determined to coach and make use of 20 individuals from the farm to clear overgrown shrubs and thick vegetation, which have was protected havens for the jumbos. The meet was chaired by District Collector S. Chandrasekhar.
In response to a press launch, the lads will likely be given particular coaching to make use of equipment and clear the overgrowth. Eight ladies, who have been skilled earlier, may also be included within the undertaking. The employees will clear the world each three months, and their wage will likely be paid by the federal government, Mr. Chandrasekhar mentioned.
Machines will likely be supplied freed from price, and the employees will earn a dwelling by doing different jobs comparable to farming as soon as the forest clearing is over. The ten-day coaching will start on August 16 at Aralam farm.
M.P. Anoop, Deputy Director, Agriculture division; C. Ravikumar, Joint Director, Industrial Coaching division; Sudhir Narayanan, Assistant Govt Engineer, Agriculture division; P.P. Pavanan, Padiyur Authorities ITI Principal; Narayanan Kunhikannoth, Kurumathur Authorities ITI Group Teacher; S. Santosh Kumar, Built-in Tribal Growth Venture (ITDP) Officer; and District Ability Coordinator P.J. Vijesh and Suraj Simon attended the assembly.