A flagrant violation of the WALTA Act came to light on the eve of World Environment Day by none other than the public sector giant South-Central Railway.
As per information from reliable sources, a total of 90 trees have been felled in the premises of the Secunderabad Railway Station on June 1, which came to light when a social media user broke the news on Twitter on June 4.
The user Sai Koushik said fully grown trees have been chopped completely in the name of expansion of railway station.
Probe by city-based environmental enthusiasts has revealed that the central government undertaking did not have permission to fell the trees.
“The permission letter clearly recommended translocation of the trees, but they were felled. That too on the eve of World Environment Day! Probe should be conducted and the…