Extra cheetahs to approach in Kuno, tourist safari to be allowed from Feb: CM Chouhan
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday said that extra cheetahs would be arriving on the Kuno Palpur Nationwide Park within the snarl soon. Eight cheetahs from Namibia had been released into the park in September last one year as section of an dauntless venture to revive the extinct cheetah inhabitants within the nation.
Speaking on the valedictory feature of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas conference here, Chouhan said the Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) attending the tournament must discuss over with tourist attractions of Madhya Pradesh in conjunction with its tiger reserves. “I could call you to bump into the cheetahs in February. We are permitting (tourist visits) from February,” he said.
High Minister Narendra Modi facilitated the import of cheetahs from Namibia, Chouhan said, adding, “extra cheetahs are coming from South Africa.” NRIs must snarl up a helpline for college students from Madhya Pradesh and different parts of India who are discovering out in yet some other nation, the executive minister said. It became as soon as very painful to uncover adieu to the NRI friends on the tip of the conference he said, evaluating the 2d to the ‘vidaai’ of a bride (when a bride leaves her of us’ dwelling).
The chums who planted saplings on the World Park here can song their snarl by the QR code given to them, he said. The CM furthermore entreated the NRIs to decide out part within the World Investors Summit starting build here from Wednesday and make investments within the snarl apart from encouraging others to achieve so.
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