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The African Cheetah will soon be added in various places in India after the Supreme Court green-flagged the project while directing a proper study on the subject.
The Cheetah will be released in an “ideal place” to be decided by a panel after a review. The method, from knowing the places to the start of the beasts, will be monitored by the board. The committee will present its statement every four months.
Where the cheetahs will be kept, the place is not determined correctly..?
The three-member committee includes Ranjit Singh, former executive of the Wildlife Institute of India, current administrator general Dhananjay Mohan and DIG of wildlife in the Ministry of Forest and Environment. It is not decided where the cheetahs will be kept, but according to executives, there are many helpful areas. Among them is Kuno-Palpur in Madhya Pradesh. Where data of cheetah was found long ago. The whole plan was three hundred crores, but now the cost will rise This entire plan to settle cheetahs in the country is worth 300 crores, although this cost will increase from 2009 till now.
Currently, the three areas where the cheetah was decided under this project at that time carried the Kuno-Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh and Shahgarh in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan.
Plan to bring 12 cheetahs
According to project leaders, about 12 cheetahs are to be delivered under this project. Which will involve both males and females..?
Now, there are more than seven thousand cheetahs in the world. A large abundance of them is found only in African nations.
The discussion about bringing the deceased cheetahs from India started in 2001, but it was performed in 2009 when Sheopur in Madhya Pradesh was developed as the second lion’s den. Koono-Palpur located in the district Gujarat refused to give it to the Asiatic lions.
It was then thought that cheetahs should be brought here from Africa. Because of the lack of lions, anger among the villagers removed from the Kuno-Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary was growing. He was demanding his land back.
Cheetah has become extinct from India after hunting the last three cheetahs in 1947 However, the court has first asked to find a proper place for him. For this, a three-member committee has also been formed, which will present a progress report related to it to the court every four months. According to authorities, the cheetah was last seen in the country in 1947, when Sarguja Maharaj killed the living three cheetahs in a hunt in the nation.
As per the Media reports, The Supreme Court denied the plan in May 2012 after some conservationists claimed that importing the African cheetah for reintroduction in India was against the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s reintroduction guidelines and no permission had been sought from India’s National Board for Wildlife. Some specialists quoted scientific reasoning to clarify that the African Cheetahs and Asian Cheetahs are completely diverse,
genetically and also in other behaviours.
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