Live Updates: PM Modi reaches Gwalior, will release cheetahs at Kuno National Park A to Z Counsel

Live Updates: पीएम मोदी ग्वालियर पहुंचे, चीतों को कुनो नेशनल पार्क में छोड़ेंगे

At least eight Cheetahs from Namibia reached Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh this morning in a special cargo plane. According to officials, these big cats will soon be sent by a helicopter to their new home Kuno National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. There they will be dropped.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will personally welcome all African cheetahs on his 72nd birthday today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release three African cheetahs into the park’s enclosures this morning on the occasion of his birthday, an official said.

It is worth noting that the efforts of the Modi government to save the wildlife are paying off. In 2014, the area of ​​protected area in India was 4.9 percent of the total land area of ​​India. It has now increased to 5.03 percent. The area of ​​forest and trees has increased by 16 thousand square kilometers in the last four years. India is one of the few countries in the world where the forest area is continuously increasing. The areas reserved for communities in the country are also increasing. There were 43 community reserves in 2014 which increased to more than 100 in 2019. There are 52 Tiger Reserves in 18 states in India covering an area of ​​about 75,000 square kilometres. India has 75 percent of the world’s tiger population.

Here are the LIVE Updates on Cheetahs’ arrival:

PM Modi reached Gwalior

PM Modi’s plane has reached the Air Force station in Gwalior. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan welcomed him.

PM Narendra Modi leaves for Madhya Pradesh

PM PM Modi has left for Madhya Pradesh from Delhi. They will release the cheetahs there in the Coono National Park. The stole she is wearing on this occasion is showing a pattern similar to that of a cheetah.

The arrival of cheetahs in Madhya Pradesh increased property prices in this city

Real estate rates in and around Kuno-Palpur sanctuary in Sheopur district are rising as eight Namibian cheetahs have been brought to Madhya Pradesh.

Cheetahs reached Gwalior’s Maharajpura airbase

The plane carrying the cheetahs reached the Maharajpura airbase in Gwalior operated by the Indian Air Force (IAF). They will be sent to Kuno National Park by Chinook helicopter of the Indian Air Force.

Cheetahs will be taken from Gwalior to National Park by helicopter

Cheetahs brought to India reached Gwalior by an aircraft. They will be taken to Kuno National Park by a helicopter. Official sources said the special cargo plane carrying eight cheetahs from Namibia landed at Gwalior airport in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday morning instead of Jaipur in Rajasthan. The cheetahs will be taken to Kuno National Park and released.

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