Bhupendra Yadav presided over the 19th meeting of National Tiger Conservation
– World Affairs SRS
19th meeting of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) It was organized under the chairmanship of Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bhupinder Yadav. At present, there are 51 tiger reserves in India and more than 35 rivers originate from areas which are important for water security.
About the meeting:
- The Environment Minister launched an action plan for the reintroduction, conservation and conservation of 7 major big cats in India, including the cheetah, which has become extinct in independent India.
- Under the action plan these 50 big cats will be introduced in different parks over the next 5 years.
- He announced that 14 Tiger Reserves across India are recognized by? Global Conservation Assured Tiger Standards (CA|TS). He underlined the need for NTCA meetings in the first week of April, August and December every year.
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