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PM Modi fed sugarcane to an elephant, a glimpse of nature

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Karnataka’s Bandipur Tiger Reserve, will inaugurate IBCA

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka. PM Modi also fed sugarcane to the elephant in Bandipur Tiger Reserve.

PM Modi will launch the International Big Cats Alliance (IBCA) at Bandipur National Park today. The International Big Cats Alliance (IBCA) will focus on the conservation and protection of the world’s seven major big cats, namely the tiger, lion, leopard, snow leopard, puma, jaguar and cheetah.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called for this initiative in July 2019 to world leaders, to prevent illegal hunting and trade of these creatures in Asia. Let us inform that since 2014, the population of these seven animals has increased in the country. Of these, the tiger population increased by 33 percent to 2,967 in 2018, compared to 2,226 in 2014. The last census of tigers was done in 2018.
On completion of 50 years of Project Tiger, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release the latest tiger population data based on the 2022 census today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with frontline field staff and self-help groups involved in conservation efforts at Bandipur Tiger Reserve today.
As a result of strong conservation management and strong protection, the lion population in Gujarat has increased by 29 per cent. It increased from 523 in 2015 to 674 in 2020. The population of leopards increased by 63 percent from 7,910 in 2014 to 12,852 in 2018. Last year, the government brought cheetahs from Namibia into the country. One of these cheetahs gave birth to four cubs, making them the first cheetahs to be born on Indian soil since 1952

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