Solution:Adivasis and Farmers disobeyed the forest law imposed by the British in India.
Indian farmers and Adivasis defied some forest rules that the British government enforced by various tactics. They kept using the forest resources and moving their livestock to graze. The women kept gathering firewood. They bought off police officers and forest rangers to avoid detection. To keep cutting trees illegally, the local traders give the forest guards enormous favours in exchange. The Adivasis and other rural people utilise the area to pasture their animals and collect forest goods. Their primary source of income was from forest products. The only time this destroys trees is occasionally when agriculture is moved around. Current trends favour including neighbourhood inhabitants in forest protection and preservation. Adivasis and other rural people consider the forests their property, and some even hire security guards to maintain vigil over their forests.