Cheetah Project in MP: Big meeting on Cheetah Project in Gwalior, forest officers of MP and UP involved, brainstorming on increasing the population of cheetahs in Kuno

Karn Mishra, Gwalior: A big meeting is going on in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh on the Cheetah project, in which the Divisional Commissioner, PCCF, CCF, CF and DFO of Gwalior Chambal along with MP and UP forest officers have also participated. Churning continues in the meeting regarding the monitoring and management of Kuno’s cheetah. Along with this, emphasis is also being laid on the population of cheetahs in Kuno Century. A plan is being prepared to release all the cheetahs from the enclosure into the wild within a year.

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It was also emphasized in the meeting that along with Sheopur, Shivpuri, Ashoknagar, there will be cheetah awareness programs in the forests of Uttar Pradesh border area. Along with this, programs will be done to make people alert, sensitive and aware about cheetahs.

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In fact, due to cheetahs coming out of Kuno Park and reaching the UP border, the officials there are also being linked to the project, so that if these cheetahs reach the UP border, their safety can be ensured there too. The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) will also give equipment to the officials of Uttar Pradesh for the protection of cheetahs.

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Chief Wildlife Warden of both the states, member secretary of NTCA SP Yadav and many big officials are present in the meeting. The meeting will be held in two sessions. Let it be mentioned here that there are 14 cheetahs in the open forest in Kuno National Park, whose monitoring is now a challenge.

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