Outlaw enforcement

In india , natural resources belong to the government. As natural resources provide livelihood to a vast majority of Indians, it can be concluded that the people of India belong to the government. So the Indian people are of the government, for the government, and by the government. But isn't India a democracy? Theoretically, yes. Actually, no. If the people were supreme in India, the forest protection laws would not have been so draconian as to consider forest dwelling communities destructive to the cause of conservation. They have lived with the forests from much before the first time an Indian learnt to say