Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday is on 17 September and every citizen of the country is eagerly waiting for this occasion. On this occasion, PM Modi is going to leave 8 cheetahs brought from Namibia in Kuno National Park. In view of this, preparations are going on on a war footing in Kuno National Park. Union Forest, Environment and Climate Change Minister Bhupendra Yadav took stock of the ongoing preparations in Kuno National Park on Sunday. He also saw the fencing flood where cheetahs from Namibia would be kept in quarantine for 30 days.
Cheetahs brought from Namibia in Kuno National Park will be settled according to the prevailing technology at the international level . Two male cheetahs will be released in the first enclosure and one female cheetah will be released in the second enclosure. Forest department officials have been trained in Namibian cheetah management techniques. In which preparations have been completed in Kuno for the settlement of cheetahs.
Animals have been vaccinated in the nearby village. So that it does not spread the infection to the animals. Apart from this, chitals have been released from Narsinghgarh to increase the density of wildlife in Kuno. At the same time, forest department officials have been trained in Namibian cheetah management techniques.
There are 174 different types of bird species present in Kuno National Park. Not only this, there are hundreds of species of wildlife and there are 12 species of birds, so they are considered in the rare category. With this, let us tell you that from October 1, Kuno National Park will be opened for tourists. However, the part where the cheetahs will be released will be completely banned.