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Environment ministry has given green light for a tiger safari in Madhav National Park

According to a top forest department officer, the Madhya Pradesh government plans to build a tiger safari facility in Madhav National Park in Shivpuri after the idea was accepted by the Ministry of Environment and Forest.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Union Civil Aviation Minister, expressed gratitude for the approval. “Extending appreciation on behalf of the inhabitants of Shivpuri to union labour and environment minister Bhupender Yadav for gifting a tiger safari to Madhav National Park in Shivpuri on my request,” Scindia said in a tweet. Not only will this generate jobs for the youth, but it will also boost tourism in Madhav National Park in the future.”

tiger safari in Madhav National Park
tiger safari in Madhav National Park

In August of this year, Scindia met with Yadav to seek his ministry’s consent for the development of a tiger safari in Madhav National Park. The national government has approved a tiger safari in Madhav National Park, according to the park’s assistant director, Anil Soni.

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“An enclosure of roughly 5 to 10 hectares would be created in Madhav National Park for soft tiger release, similar to the Ghorela enclosure in Kanha Tiger Reserve.” A comparable 25-hectare enclosure will be constructed for breeding and growing the prey base. “Tigers from Kanha and Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserves will be sent to tiger safari,” Soni explained.

Panna Tiger Reserve, where tigers were successfully reintroduced in 2010, will teach the national park staff.

The last tiger observed in Shivpuri was in 1996. A tiger safari project was proposed in 1998. The state government of Madhya Pradesh plans to build a new tiger safari at Panchmarhi, where tigers from the Satpura Tiger Reserve will be relocated.

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