House panel to meet with national park neighbours

As they try to resolve a dispute over Thap Lan Park property, people want more type.

House panel to meet with national park neighbours
On June 10, park rangers guard Thap Lan National Park. ( Photo: Thap Lan National Park )

A House committee did ask local residents who reside in conflict-prone areas of Thap Lan National Park to discuss a contentious request to proclaim thousands of acres of parkland as no more protected.

People who owned the property before the resort’s limit was established, who support removing the 265, 286 rai’s protected status, and environmentalists and others who oppose the plan have engaged in a heated debate.

The past government’s government approved the proposal on March 14 of last year.

Poonsak Chanchampee, a Move Forward Party MP who chairs the House Committee on Land, Natural Resources and the Environment, said the conversation was scheduled for July 17. He argued that a website like this must be held for the committee to aid in the resolution of the conflict.

The Office of the National Land Policy Board ( ONLPB) put the map together with other mapping tools used by various state agencies to create a single system called One Map, based on recent changes to the boundaries of state land. In 2000, the novel system was implemented.

On June 28, the Department of National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation ( DNP ) held online and on-site hearings about the proposal, which will continue until Friday. A federal committee on national gardens will receive the information from the communities for attention. &nbsp,

When asked about the contested regions, Mr. Poonsak claimed that the committee had previously divided them into three groups.

There are places owned by those who were accused of invasion in at least 552 lawsuits brought by the DNP, sections that the ONLPB identified after the federal garden was established, and those that were inhabited by people prior to the limit charter.

At least 70, 000 ray were declared ONLPB locations, or Sol Por Kor area, said Mr Poonsak, adding that more information may be available by July 17. The property on Por Por Kor is merely intended for farming purposes. It is not exchangeable for cash. It simply grants the right to hold and just grants inheritance transfer.

The national area covers 1.3 million ray of forest area in Nakhon Ratchasima, Prachin Buri and Sa Kaeo regions. In the Wang Nam Khieo city of Nakhon Ratchasima, some of the most controversial issues have arisen.

The Thai Samakkhi Subdistrict Administrative Organization’s ( TSAO ) chief executive, Prakob Siriwongtaosa-ard, claimed that residents who had lived in the area for at least 50 years had agreed to use the boundary declaration from 2000, which did not apply to 11 villages in the sub-district in the park.

The 1981 limit charter, however, did contain them, which led to at least 300 complaints by the DNP against regional people, said Mr Prakob.