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1. A PTI report quoting local Divisional Forest Officer said several trees were removed without obtaining permission for a helipad at Bolangir in Odisha and an enquiry was ordered. PTI later removed the story. The above story has been updated with the original video showing the trees felled and another TOI Bhubaneshwar’s tweet quoting officials that shrubs and bushes were cleared and not full trees as claimed in these stories. We could not independently verify with officials but used TOI source for authenticity of the claim. However, we were able to get older image of Bolangir aerial map that showed no trees in the are where the helipad built. We have incorporated the updates in our corrected version.
Corrected news report: One helipad for PM means cutting 1000 trees? What’s the truth?