Mizo worker Vinram Chuangi started protesting indefinitely.
Aizawl: Leading Mizo social activist Vanramchhuangi alias Ruafela Nu on Friday began his indefinite silent sit-in in Ezol to protest against environmental violations and demand justice.
The social worker said he started an indefinite silent protest in front of the office of the State Department of Environment, Forests and Climate Change after presenting a memorandum to the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and the Principal Secretary of the Department of Environment, Forests and Climate Change.
It was joined by some environmentalists.
He said Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Jatinder Kaur had urged him to wait another five days as the government on Wednesday asked National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL) to provide clarification within a week. Is.
He said the corps also invited him to a meeting on June 2 to discuss the issue.
Ruatfela Nu said she would resume her protest on Monday and would continue until positive results came.
In his memorandum to the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, he alleged that rivers and forest lands were being indiscriminately destroyed due to various projects in the name of development.