UP Cabinet Decision: The Yogi government of UP has taken an important decision in the cabinet meeting held on Tuesday. The first tiger reserve in Bundelkhand was approved in the cabinet meeting. According to the decision, the first tiger reserve will be built in Bundelkhand, which will be named Ranipur Tiger Reserve. Apart from this, it has been decided to create a sanctuary in Chitrakoot district as well. Many other important decisions were taken in the meeting chaired by CM Yogi on Tuesday.
Ranipur Tiger Reserve got approval
Under this, the cabinet has approved Ranipur Tiger Reserve under Section 38 (v) of the Wildlife Protection Act 1972. The Tiger Reserve will be spread over 52989.863 hectares, which includes 29958.863 hectares of buffer area and 23031.00 core areas. Hectare of core area was already notified as Ranipur Wildlife. For this, Ranipur Tiger Conservation Foundation will be established. Approval of necessary posts was also given for this.
The sanctuary is home to tigers, leopards, bears, spotted deer, sambar, chinkara and various birds and other mammals.
The establishment of Ranipur Tiger Reserve to be built for animals and birds will prove to be the turning point for the state. Along with the protection of wildlife in Bundelkhand, the tourism industry will get a lot of benefit from this. Along with environmental protection, there is immense potential for tourism in the state and employment opportunities will also be created in this sector. Local people will get an opportunity to benefit financially from this.
Recently, PM Narendra Modi left 8 cheetahs brought from Namibia on his birthday in Kuno Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. After this, along with increasing the forest area behind such an exercise in UP, the intention is being told to promote tourism.
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