Project Cheetah: Crane, Ambulance, Helicopter and Doctor, System ready to release cheetahs in the sanctuary

Project Cheetah : After 70 years in India ‘Chite Ki Chal’ will appear. From Namibia Eight Cheetahs have arrived in India today. Eight African cheetahs have arrived in India by special flight from Namibia. These eight cheetahs will be kept in the Kuno National Park of Madhya Pradesh. Cheetahs have traveled about eight thousand kilometers from Namibia and entered India. Cheetahs became extinct in India in 1952. The Supreme Court allowed cheetahs to be imported into India in 2020. After the extinction of cheetahs in India, efforts were started by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to bring them to the country in 1970. But then the Supreme Court refused permission for this. After this, this project Cheetah has been completed in 2022. It is said that the Government of India has spent around 90 to 92 crores for this Project Cheetah.

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