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PM releases 8 leopards brought from Namibia in Kono Madhya Pradesh National Park
The Prime Minister released 8 tigers in the national park of Madhya Pradesh, pledging to restore the war-endangered species in India. On this occasion, he said that the protection of natural organisms is the responsibility of every human being. On this occasion, he also warned the hunters of wild animals and said that if anyone is found hunting wild animals then strict action will be taken against them. will be taken against Prime Minister Narendra Modi today officially released cheetahs brought from Namibia in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpur Kono National Park as part of a plan to rehabilitate the country’s cheetahs, which went extinct nearly 70 years ago, according to CNI. In this way, now leopards have again stepped into the forest of the country. PM Modi reached the specially prepared machan (an elevated and safe place in the forest) in Kono National Park and released the three leopards in a special enclosure. He also remembered his birthday after completing the formalities. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was also present on the occasion. After releasing the cheetahs in a special enclosure, PM Modi watched them from the stage for a long time. Promising to decorate India’s forests again, left 8 victories in the national park of Madhya Pradesh. On this occasion, he said that the protection of natural organisms is the responsibility of every human being. On this occasion, he also warned the hunters of wild animals and said that if anyone is found hunting wild animals then strict action will be taken against them. On this occasion, Modi also captured these historic moments in the camera wearing a cap on his head and a leopard roaming the wall. After seven decades, the leopard stepped onto the Indian soil and these moments of roaming in the natural wild environment were being covered by the media all over the world. Eight leopards, five females and three males, have been brought from Namibia. These cheetahs were also brought to Gwalior airport this morning by special aircraft from Namibia. They were then flown by a special helicopter to Kono National Park. The female leopards will be kept in separate enclosures. Today two male leopards were released in one enclosure and one female leopard in the other. These cheetahs are being kept under the supervision of zoologists.