While speaking about the forest issue, Hirwa delegation also expressed their fear that the term"restored forest" would be a major setback if represented in the Supreme Court, as they will have to approach the forest department for permissions in evry aspect of development or any activity for that sake. Also a negative remark cannot be ruled out if the term in the affidavit is not corrected in the "Application For Direction", taking cognizance of the issue, the chief minister instructed Manglurkar to make the necessary alterations in the "Application For Direction" to be submitted to the hon'ble supreme court along with some measures which can be helpful in securing relief to the residential colonies constructed on the forest land.
The delegation comprised of Hirwa president Prakash Paddikal, Senior congressman Tony Agarwal & Vijay Kumar along with Rajesh Ingle of the Youth Congress
Rajesh Ingle of youth congress, explained "this meeting with chief minister was initiated by MLC, Charan Singh Sapra, but he couldn't attend the same as he is busy with his work assigned by Smt. Soniya Gandhi, as an observer in the state of Punjab. He further said that when Charan Singh Sapra was sensitized about the proceedings he expressed his faith in Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and ensured that the chief minister will definitely take appropriate measures so that innocent people and common man will not suffer.