Based on a brief observation in the concerned location, the paper makes rather unusual remarks. This points out of a case of regeneration of forests but at the cost of degeneration of pasture resource. It is pointed out that though the new development seems to have been contributing towards enriching the landscape with woody vegetation, it may have serious implications in the socio-economic as well as the environmental arena. An attempt has been made to trace out the possible attributable reasons for bringing about the said changes. Suggestions are made in favour of more detailed empirical study for the purpose of having a better understanding of the situation.