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- In 2010, the government created Ayurvan: a safe haven for anti-socials
Maruvada village of Kadana taluka was constructed by the Gujarat State Forest Department at a cost of lakhs of rupees and inaugurated in the year 2010. But due to lack of proper maintenance by the forest department, the Ayurvan which adds to the beauty of Maruvada village has become dilapidated. Then, after showing the preparation of the Ayurvan to attract tourists again, it has been presented to the Forest Department by showing the Regania Gram Panchayat.
At Maruvada in Kadana taluk of Mahisagar district in 2010, the forest department constructed an Ayurvan at a cost of lakhs of rupees by planting various herbs and beautiful flower plants. Facilities such as beautiful fountains, drinking water system, motors for watering flower plants, etc. were created in this Ayurvana. Due to the lack of maintenance by the forest department, it is now closed and unused.
Ayurveen, which had a beautiful and peaceful atmosphere then, has today become a hangout for anti-social elements and alcohol parties are enjoyed here during the day without any keeper. Tourists with family have to leave the place. At that time, the Panchayat had repeatedly requested the Forest Department for the maintenance of Ayurvan, but due to non-delivery, the Ayurvan has become a ruin, so the beauty of the village is tarnishing the beauty of the forest.
Then, if the forest department cannot fulfill the responsibility itself, then Ayurvene has shown its readiness to make the center of attraction for tourists again if the management responsibility is assigned to the Ringania Panchayat. At present the facilities in Ayurvene are dilapidated. The cottage has been vandalized by anti-social elements. Also when cleaning is not done, the purpose for which the government had built Ayurvan has not been fulfilled, villagers and Sarpanch are saying that if the responsibility of Ayurvan is handed over to Regania Panchayat, the beauty of this forest will grow again.