Task force formed in Kuno Palpur National Park to monitor cheetahs, Center’s full eye on the safety of cheetahs – न्यूज़लीड India

Task force formed in Kuno Palpur National Park to monitor cheetahs, Center’s full eye on the safety of cheetahs


Center eyes on protection and management of cheetahs

In Madhya Pradesh, the central government does not want to leave any stone unturned for the safety of 8 cheetahs brought from Namibia, the country of South Africa. The center has a full eye on the safety and management of cheetahs. Crores of rupees are being spent on this project of international importance. Therefore a task force was formed to monitor the cheetahs. Local forest officials have been given this responsibility. The members of the force will visit Kunnu Park on rotational basis and send reports to the central government every week. In which the management and security will have to clarify the situation regarding security.

Will keep an eye on the change in the behavior of cheetahs

Will keep an eye on the change in the behavior of cheetahs

Members of the task force will keep an eye on the behavior change of the 8 cheetahs that have been released in Kanu Park. Also, the report of the change will be sent to the central government. It will be decided on the report of these that when the cheetahs are to be released from the quarantine enclosure in large and then open in the forest. Apart from this, the decision to start and organize tourism in the park will also be taken by the members of this force. It is noteworthy that for the tourists coming to see the cheetah, Pakistan can be opened from January 2023.

NTCA member Dr SP Yadav gave information

NTCA member Dr SP Yadav gave information

The task force constituted for Cheeto includes Principal Secretary Forest Ashok Barnwal, IG NTCA Dr Amit Malik, Principal Secretary Tourism Shiv Shekhar Shukla, State Forest Force Chief RK Gupta, Chief Wildlife Custodian JS Chauhan and State Wildlife Board. Member Abhilash Khandekar has been included. Additional Principal Chief Forest Guard Shubh Ranjan, posted at the Wildlife Headquarters, has been made co-convener member, NTCA member secretary Dr. SP Yadav has confirmed this.

More than 20 thousand chitals in Kuno National Park

More than 20 thousand chitals in Kuno National Park

There are a large number of cheetals in the Kuno National Park. There is no need to bring chital here and there from other places or states and have not been brought. These have been given by Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Jasbir Singh Chauhan. He has told that there are a large number of cheetals in the forests of Madhya Pradesh. At present there are 30 thousand cheetals in Kanha National Park, 50 thousand in Pench, 30 thousand in Bandhavgarh and 10 thousand in Satpura National Park. The number of cheetals in Sanjay National Park and Nauradehi Sanctuary is less. In fact, the Vishnoi society had lodged a protest when cheetals were brought from a huge area for cheetahs. After which this statement of the forest officer came to the fore. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Chouhan informed that Vishnoi society has a commendable contribution in the good management and conservation of wild animals in the state. Awards are given for contribution in the field of wildlife conservation in the name of Amrita Devi of Vishnoi society.

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