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Project Cheetah: 8 Cheetahs Will Come From Modified Aircraft, Know How Big This Mission Is

On September 17, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release 8 cheetahs in the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Of these 8 cheetahs, 3 are male and 5 are female. These cheetahs will first be brought to Jaipur by a modified aircraft. After that they will be taken to Kuno National Park by helicopter. After this they were  discharged in the open forest.

The whole country is currently waiting for eight cheetahs coming from Namibia. To bring them, special craft have arrived at Husia Kotako International Airport in Namibia. This is a Boeing 747 aircraft, which has been modified to bring cheetahs. A painting of a cheetah has been made on the nose of the aircraft. On September 17, this aircraft was carrying cheetahs. Whenever Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will leave them within the open forest.

Special arrangements are created  for these cheetahs to live in the National Park. Special training has been given to the workers taking care of them. This special aircraft of Project Cheetah is about to make a historic journey. He would travel all night from one continent to another. This is a big opportunity for Madhya Pradesh as the government is confident that due to this tourism will increase in this area. The means of livelihood will also increase for the people living here.

91 crore budget to bring cheetahs
Cheetahs are being brought to India from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, on 16 September. There are five female and three male cheetahs in eight cheetahs. According to sources, on the morning of September 17, these eight cheetahs will land in Jaipur and from there they will be brought to Kuno National Park via helicopter. This will be the first time that a carnivorous animal is being brought from one continent to another. In 2020, the Supreme Court had given green signal to bring cheetah from Namibia. At present, the gov has set a budget of ninety one crores for this entire project.

special arrangements for cheetahs
Let us tell you that the Ministry of Wildlife and Environment is preparing to bring cheetahs from South Africa apart from Namibia. Talks between the 2 countries are in the final stages about bringing 12 cheetahs from South Africa. The team of Africa has also taken stock of the preparations by visiting India. He is satisfied with the preparations. According to wildlife scientists, a total of 35-45 cheetahs are necessary to maintain the cheetah population in India, so 4 to 8 cheetahs will be brought to India every year for the next five years. Sources said that the environment that the cheetah gets in Namibia and South Africa. A similar environment will be found in Kuno, although the facilities for cheetahs in India are even better than in Namibia and South Africa. At the same time, there is no dearth of hunting for these foreign guests in Kuno.

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