Cheetah in India: Eight cheetahs left for India from Namibia, PM Modi tweeted saying that efforts to conserve wildlife in India will get strength

New Delhi: Once again in India, the family of cheetahs is being resettled in the Kuno National Park located in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. Within a few days, the countrymen will start getting the opportunity to see African cheetahs. Preparations for cheetahs to come to India are in the final stages in Namibia. The countdown for the arrival of cheetahs from Namibia to India has begun.

Cheetah is going to return to Kuno National Park in Sheopur on the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Cheetah is coming once again in the country after 70 years. Expressing happiness over this, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan wrote on his Twitter account that, “Tomorrow is an unprecedented day of good fortune for Madhya Pradesh. On his birthday, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi himself will inaugurate the cheetah settlement in the country by being present on this holy place. I express my gratitude on behalf of the citizens of the state. Madhya Pradesh is looking forward to the welcome. #MPWelcomesPMModi”

Regarding the arrival of cheetahs in India from Namibia, PM Modi tweeted that, “The efforts to conserve wildlife in the country will get a new strength tomorrow. Cheetahs being brought from Namibia will get an opportunity to drop them at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh at around 10:45 am. After this, I will participate in the SHG conference organized in Sheopur at around 12 noon.

Let us tell you that all eight African cheetahs are being brought to India by a special aircraft. The aircraft will take off from Namibia for India today and will land in Gwalior tomorrow.

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