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Friday, January 28, 2022

Work in coordination to protect wildlife, Superintendent of Police G.Sridhar

  • SP reviewed the tiger committee

Akola. In the last few days, footprints of wildlife like tiger, leopard have been found in some parts of the district, necessary precautions should be taken in such areas, along with the members of forest department and tiger committee to keep the wildlife safe. District Superintendent of Police G.Sridhar has called for the protection of wildlife by coordinating.

A meeting of the District Level Tiger Cell Committee was held for wildlife conservation and implementation of necessary measures. On this occasion, Deputy Conservator of Forests, Regional and Tiger Committee President Arjuna KR, Departmental Forest Officer, Wildlife Tiger Committee member Anil Nimje, Police Inspector Santosh Mahalle, Superintending Engineer of Mahavitaran Pawan Kumar Kachot, Executive Engineer of Mahavitaran Vijay Kumar Kasat. Vikram Rajurkar, Honorary Wildlife Guard, Bal Kalne,

Naib Tehsildar Mahendra Kumar Atram, Assistant Conservator of Forests S.A. Vadodara, Akola Forest Range Officer R.N. Ove, Barshitakali Forest Range Officer S.G. Dange was prominently present. Superintendent of Police G.Sridhar said that in the fields where wild animals are found, there is a fence of electric current, so due to the possibility of loss of wildlife, the existing wire fencing of such a place should be removed immediately. should go. Illegal sand mining should be stopped during night time. Also, water should be made available in the forest areas, etc. District Superintendent of Police G.Sridhar has given information to the concerned.

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