Case Study: SONTUSH A. SANGMA

Sontush has contributed towards Indian Wildlife by being at its service for more than 30 years, tirelessly working in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Sontush has a very inspiring career and life graph, that includes joining the Meghalaya Forest Department in 1985 as a muster roll employee, and then as a Forest Guard of Gateman Rank in the Balpakram Division, Garo Hills. On duty, Sontush has faced many loggers, militants and wildlife poachers during her service at multiple forest beats, always maintaining a calm and steady demeanor, leading his team from the front and ensuring their safety. Forest ocials and community members, who are acquainted to him, take his name with immense admiration and respect.

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