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Asiatic Lion Reintroduction Project

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A good video:-
Here’s Why Gir Lions May Never Leave For MP | The Quint



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(12-10-2018, 05:00 PM)Sanju Wrote:
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We know how strongly Modi feels about the Gujarati identity. His unwillingness to insure the Asiatic lion against "extinction" by translocating a few prides emanates from this.

https://herdongazette.com/why-we-must-salute-both-nehru-and-patel/142249/

Too political...
"Everything not saved will be lost."

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(12-10-2018, 05:29 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:00 PM)Sanju Wrote:
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We know how strongly Modi feels about the Gujarati identity. His unwillingness to insure the Asiatic lion against "extinction" by translocating a few prides emanates from this.

https://herdongazette.com/why-we-must-salute-both-nehru-and-patel/142249/

Too political...

yes indeed, you are right. the project slipped away from the hands of conservationists, experts, judicial officials, law and administration and even common ethics. it is now completely submerged or sinked forever in politics, materialised for commercial purposes worser and completely lost after "khushbu hi gujarat ki" campaign or commercial advertisement programme by amitabh bacchan. like always let's hope for good and look forward for betterment in the future towards indian environment with the change in the power of govt.
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(12-10-2018, 08:05 PM)Sanju Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:29 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:00 PM)Sanju Wrote:
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We know how strongly Modi feels about the Gujarati identity. His unwillingness to insure the Asiatic lion against "extinction" by translocating a few prides emanates from this.

https://herdongazette.com/why-we-must-salute-both-nehru-and-patel/142249/

Too political...

yes indeed, you are right. the project slipped away from the hands of conservationists, experts, judicial officials, law and administration and even common ethics. it is now completely submerged or sinked forever in politics, materialised for commercial purposes worser and completely lost after "khushbu hi gujarat ki" campaign or commercial advertisement  programme by amitabh bacchan. like always let's hope for good and look forward for betterment in the future towards indian environment with the change in the power of govt.

Congress govt. coming to power in MP yesterday, is good for the lion translocation plan though. 
With Bharatiya Janata Party govt in both concerned states & Centre, there was significant possibility for Modi to pressurize MP govt. from going all out, based on their attitude regarding it.

Congress led govt in MP may try harder, just to spite him.
"Everything not saved will be lost."

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(12-12-2018, 09:32 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 08:05 PM)Sanju Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:29 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:00 PM)Sanju Wrote:
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We know how strongly Modi feels about the Gujarati identity. His unwillingness to insure the Asiatic lion against "extinction" by translocating a few prides emanates from this.

https://herdongazette.com/why-we-must-salute-both-nehru-and-patel/142249/

Too political...

yes indeed, you are right. the project slipped away from the hands of conservationists, experts, judicial officials, law and administration and even common ethics. it is now completely submerged or sinked forever in politics, materialised for commercial purposes worser and completely lost after "khushbu hi gujarat ki" campaign or commercial advertisement  programme by amitabh bacchan. like always let's hope for good and look forward for betterment in the future towards indian environment with the change in the power of govt.

Congress govt. coming to power in MP, is good for the lion translocation plan though. 
With Bharatiya Janata Party govt in both concerned states & Centre, there was significant possibility for Modi to pressurize MP govt. from going all out, based on their attitude regarding it.

Congress led govt in MP may try harder, just to spite him.
I know, that's  why I'm happy since then. Happy Lol Lol Joking . Ajay Dubey, said this will make his petition more strong and also ratapani tiger reserve will also be notified with congress rule (that's why i wished god all the time for congress victory in the elections to help in cheetah and lion reintroduction). @Wolverine it's time to celebrate. Wow Cool Wink
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This newspaper says that they released 1 male lion and 2 lionesses in Utter Predesh in a sanctuary, lied that they reproduced to 11 lions, they actually all disappeared. 

https://access.newspaperarchive.com/us/ohio/willoughby/willoughby-news-herald/1972/10-12/page-24/tiger-kills-lion?page=2

Access to newspaper:
http://thebookplace.org/access-newspaper-archive/
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(12-12-2018, 10:28 PM)Sanju Wrote:
(12-12-2018, 09:32 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 08:05 PM)Sanju Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:29 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 05:00 PM)Sanju Wrote:
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We know how strongly Modi feels about the Gujarati identity. His unwillingness to insure the Asiatic lion against "extinction" by translocating a few prides emanates from this.

https://herdongazette.com/why-we-must-salute-both-nehru-and-patel/142249/

Too political...

yes indeed, you are right. the project slipped away from the hands of conservationists, experts, judicial officials, law and administration and even common ethics. it is now completely submerged or sinked forever in politics, materialised for commercial purposes worser and completely lost after "khushbu hi gujarat ki" campaign or commercial advertisement  programme by amitabh bacchan. like always let's hope for good and look forward for betterment in the future towards indian environment with the change in the power of govt.

Congress govt. coming to power in MP, is good for the lion translocation plan though. 
With Bharatiya Janata Party govt in both concerned states & Centre, there was significant possibility for Modi to pressurize MP govt. from going all out, based on their attitude regarding it.

Congress led govt in MP may try harder, just to spite him.
I know, that's  why I'm happy since then. Happy Lol Lol Joking . Ajay Dubey, said this will make his petition more strong and also ratapani tiger reserve will also be notified with congress rule (that's why i wished god all the time for congress victory in the elections to help in cheetah and lion reintroduction). @Wolverine it's time to celebrate. Wow Cool Wink

Thanks buddy, but I'm a supporter of Hindutva ideology and cant celebrate coming of Congress to power in any particular place. The destiny of Bharat Varsha is much more important than Kuno translocation. Sorry that disappointed you.
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#367 post: Its ok, @Wolverine 

#366 Post: @paul cooper 
Yes, it is known as "ChandraPrabha Relocation Project" of Uttar Pradesh in 1957.
Indian Wildlife Board accepted that project in 1956 during a meeting at Gir to host a second population in the Chakia forests. Total of “3” very ridiculously low number of lions given (not even a pride) in which only 2 lionesses and 1 lion from gir are translocated to Sakkarbuagh Zoo in Junagadh for 9 months. In 1957, they transferred to ChandraPrabha WildlifeSanctuary near Varanasi with 96 km^2 (even ridiculously low area). An enclosure was created with a 3 metres (9.8 ft) high barbed wire fence within the sanctuary in which the lions were temporarily housed before being released in the sanctuary. Up-to 1965 the individual number increased to 11–20 after which they died (some sources say 20).

https://www.ibtimes.co.in/11-asiatic-lions-missing-uttar-pradesh-sanctuary-606479

Causes of failure :-
  1. insufficient area of 96 km^2 of sanctuary protected area, even 1 single Asiatic lion pride as a whole wants 140 km^2 (54 sq mi) of avg home range (but home range can range from 90-230 km2 regarding "asiatic lion").
    No systematic monitoring using sophisticated scientific techniques, rescue methods and protection mechanisms in those days.
  2. Already having low prey base due to hunting in those days, deforestation etc.., free grazing domesticated cattle animals inside the sanctuary damaging and degrading ecosystem made the things even worse lead to even low prey base.
  3. This lead to lions preying on cattle and turning man eaters i.e.., man-lion-livestock conflict with the herders and local people. Hence, lions were  killed as a pest control menace (PS at that time it was just a decade after India's independence and Wildlife Protection Act is not there).
  4. long period of captivity in Junagadh zoo for 9 months. 
  5. Nill education of the local villagers and lack of conflict resolution mechanism. etc.., are factors for the failure. 
Present, there are no such problems though.
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I think they met tigers.
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(12-14-2018, 11:23 AM)paul cooper Wrote: I think they met tigers.

??? If they meet "tiger", whats the problem? Also there were no tigers in the sanctuary.
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Finally...
Kuno Palpur Sanctuary likely to get National Park status Wow
Source: The Hitavada   Date: 23 Dec 2018 11:14:58


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Staff Reporter,
Biggest barrier of bringing Asiatic lions in Kuno Palpur Sanctuary (758 km2) of Madhya Pradesh is almost to end as the Madhya Pradesh Government is likely to release notification for extending the area of sanctuary by 413 square kilo meter. After extending the limits of Kuno Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary, it would get status of National Park. Moreover, if its area is increased then it will be also fulfilling the condition of Gujarat government for translocation of its world-famous Asiatic lions. Total Kuno wildlife division under protection is 1200 sq km of the total 3300 sq km Kuno forested landscape.

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After extension of its area, Kuno Palpur Sanctuary, which has been developed for translocation of Asiatic lions, will spread over 1,288 sq km of area.

Quote:There is proposal to de-notify the 202 sq km area of Karera Wildlife Sanctuary under district Shivpuri and 80 sq km of area of Ghatigaon Sonchidiya Sanctuary under Gwalior.
After de notification of both the areas, Government "would add them into Kuno Palpur".

Karera Wildlife Sanctuary was established in year 1981 to protect the population of Great Indian Bustard in the area. Now, the area is being notified by Government due to protest by the local people and extinction of the Great Indian Bustard bird locally.

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“We proposed Government to extend the area of Kuno Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary by another 413 sq km and also provide it status of National Park. Sanctuary has been developed for translocation of Asiatic lions project which is pending from over the years,” said Alok Kumar, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (APCCF).

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Talking to ‘The Hitavada’, he said the biggest condition set by Gujarat government was to extend the area of Kuno Palpur Sanctuary for translocation of Asiatic Lions and if the area of sanctuary is increased by another 413 sq km then automatically, Gujarat demand would get fulfilled.
At present, Kuno Palpur Sanctuary is spread over 345 sq km of area and now proposal has been come up to add another 413 sq km area into it.

Quote:If sanctuary gets national park status then this 413 km of area will be developed as "core area" and 530 sq km of additional area will be buffer zone.

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He said at present Asiatic lions is only in Gir National Park of Gujarat. In year 1991, proposal came up to translocate few Asiatic lions in Madhya Pradesh to save the endangered species from extinction. Madhya Pradesh Government selected Kuno Palpur area for the project and started preparing the jungles of Kuno Palpur sanctuary. In year 2003, state government staked claim for translocation of Asiatic Lions from Gujarat by saying that Kuno Palpur sanctuary is ready in this regard. However, Gujarat Government had certain objections over the issue and still issue pertaining to translocation of Asiatic lions which is in doldrums. He said after getting final nod in cabinet meet, proposal will be sent to the Central Forest, Environment and Climate Change Ministry. The proposal will also be presented before National Wildlife Board for final nod.

http://thehitavada.com/Encyc/2018/12/23/Kuno-Palpur-Sanctuary-likely-to-get-National-Park-status.aspx
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Madhya Pradesh: Kuno notified as national park, path clear for Gir lions Wow
  • | Monday | 24th December, 2018

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The state declared 748.7618 sq km area within more than 1200 sq km Kuno wildlife division (inside 3300 sq km Kuno forested Landscape) as a protected area to resolve the issue. Gujarat government had moved a curative petition in Supreme Court as its last legal resort to retain its Asiatic lions. While MP won the eight-year-long legal battle with Gujarat in 2013, the latter had been dilly-dallying compliance. Nath met officials later and promised to take up the matter towards a logical conclusion. MP government circles had gone to the extent of suggesting that they were not averse to retaining the tag of ‘Gir' or ‘Gujarat' to identify the relocated lions at their new home in Kuno-Palpur.

https://www.nyoooz.com/news/bhopal/1287623/madhya-pradesh-kuno-notified-as-national-park-path-clear-for-gir-lions/

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BHOPAL: The notification was published on December 14, minutes after Congress announced Kamal Nath as the new chief minister of the state Wow . If everything goes right then there will be a final structure designed to bring lions by the next new year's January month and by February a smooth pavement to transfer will be implemented and second phase of the Project-Shifting of healthy lions will be started. Shivraj never spoke on this issue publicly considering Modi’s possessiveness over Gir Lions.
State government has declared Kuno National Park with inclusion of an area spread along 404.0758 sq.km area in addition to the earlier notified area of 344.686 sq km making a total of 748.7618 sq km area and the state government got orders to implement translocation.

The case here is still stuck
Despite the proposal to de-notify the 202 sq km area of Karera Wildlife Sanctuary under district Shivpuri and 80 sq km of area of Ghatigaon Sonchidiya/Sonchiraiya Sanctuary under Gwalior, it is still yet to be implemeted.
After de notification of both the areas, Government "would add them into Kuno Palpur" in Ghatigaon area and the Forest Department had sent proposal to the government to de-notify/decrypt the 25 villages in the Ghatigaon region, these proposals have already been approved by the government, but the permission from State Wildlife Board and Central Wildlife Board is yet to be received. After this permission, the diagnosis will be implemented.


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Also lion in this pic is damn good.
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(when I asked Narendra Mojidra, he said there are 900-1000 lions [lol Laughing I know that its funny but he said so by working and researching in Gujarat for 2 yrs, don't know how far this rumor is right, we should wait until next census] in Gujarat and also said that the documentary will be soon released)
Since when the process is going on?
  • In 1996, work on planning to shift lions began.
  • Project was prepared in 2003.
  • Gujarat had expressed its inability to give the lions to the lions.
  • During the inspection, the committee talked of giving the status of National Park along with increasing the area of the sanctuary.
  • The Forest Department initiated action for denotification of 202 sq. Km of land of Son Chiraiah and Kerera Sanctuary.
  • In January 2017, the Empowers Committee inspected the Kuno Sanctuary.
what will happen now?
  • After getting the national status, the Empower Committee will come again to visit Kuno.
  • After getting the green flag of the committee, the arrival of lions will start.
A decision has been made to make Kuno/Koono a national park, on Saturday the government issued its notification. The Gujarat government is not ready to give lions right now. Our process is continuing. Proposal for denotification of entire area of Karera Sanctuary has to be sent to the Supreme Court soon.
Shahbaz Ahmed, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) Bhopal
The expert committee had visited Kuno in December 2017. After visiting the sanctuary, the panel members had found the atmosphere in Kuno-Palpur suitable for shifting of lions. Gujarat, too, could not question much on MP’s preparedness to host the lions, sources said. Madhya Pradesh forest department, it seems, was wait .. Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67227362.cms?utm_source=nyoooz&utm_medium=post&utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
https://www.patrika.com/gwalior-news/gir-lion-in-kuno-palpur-sanctuary-3879232/
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Meanwhile in Madhya Pradesh after congress coming into power, nearly every day news is coming that they will do their best to bring lions to Kuno.
Like one of these:

I will do my best to get lions for Kuno: Sitaram
Dainik Bhaskar Jan 05, 2019, 05:05 AM IST
Addressed by the MLA Sitaram

I will do my best to get the lion from the gir to Kuno as early as possible. In this regard, we will also propose a proposal in the assembly. This was stated by legislator Sitaram Adivasi during a forest cognition program in Karhal on Friday.

He said that the lion will be brought in this sanctuary as soon as possible. Which means the name of Kuno will be illuminated throughout the state. Also, I will put all my strengths in the field for development. It is our responsibility to preserve forest wealth. Also, it is our duty to protect the biodiversity wealth here which we should keep in every situation.

Forest Cognition Program was organized by the General Forest Department of Kaharal on Friday. In which the students of local and government school are attending. They also provided information related to forests and animals. Along with this, the forest area was also rotated. Apart from this, information about forest conservation and forest wealth protection was given.

https://www.bhaskar.com/mp/sheopur/news/mp-news-i-will-do-my-best-to-get-a-lion-from-falling-into-a-cow-sitaram-050518-3584425.html?fbclid=IwAR2mHt2zo152jM42TbCDSxARbIy_Oy_QDoD4Ef5MAKZLg3MdNM5VUBYYUvE

MP minister: Why can not a lion be given by Gujarat instead of Narmada water?
Forest Minister Umang Singhar has said that the lion will be brought from Gujarat to Kuno Palpur in the state.

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Anurag Shrivastava | News18, Madhya Pradesh
Updated: January 2, 2019, 1:43 PM IST

Madhya Pradesh Forest Minister Umang Singhar has said that lions will be brought from Gujarat to Kuno Palpur in the state. On the delay in giving Lion to the Gujarat government, he said that when the water from Narmada water is being taken from Gujarat to the state, why is there a refusal to give Lion?

Actually, rare Asian lions are now found in Gujarat. According to a report in 2016, on the issue of sending these lions to Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary located in Gir National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh, the Gujarat government had given signs of softening in its stand. However, after that the issue remained lying.

Earlier, the Supreme Court had approved the plan to send some sanctuary to Asiatic Lions in 2013. The Expert Committee in its report in 2014 had said that Kuno Sanctuary is ready to take the fallen lions. In addition, the committee suggested to bring lions from five to 10 groups. However, the Gujarat government did not consider this suggestion and had opposed it in the forthcoming meetings of the Expert Committee.

Even during the previous Shivraj Sarkar, he had worked on this matter. Now when asked on the issue with the new government, he said that the Gujarat government should give lions. It will be interesting to see now how long it will take to bring these lingers in demand.

https://hindi.news18.com/news/madhya-pradesh/bhopal-kamalnath-forest-minister-umang-singhar-says-lion-from-gujarat-mpgp-1638441.html
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Better home for Lions Required

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Raj Express - January 11, 2019
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh's Forest Minister Umang Singhar Wow has pledged to bring lions (Panthera leo leo) in the Kuno-Palpur National Park. The initiative to bring lions from Gujarat to Madhya Pradesh has been done for years but success has not been achieved yet. Even though the lions are getting care and facilities in Gujarat, but Kuno Palpur of Madhya Pradesh has also been fully prepared to do the same purpose and welcome the endangered lions.

Thanks to the newly elected Forest Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Umang Singar. He has conveyed the determination to bring Lion from Gujarat to Kuno-Palpur National Park in Madhya Pradesh. At the end of the twentieth century, wild zoologists had realised that centralization of rare species such as Asiatic lions in the same place in Gujarat's Gir reserve is not well. They can be victims of any infectious disease or epidemic in coming future leading their extinction from face of the earth.

Accordingly, the identification of the Kuno-Palpur Protected Area of Sheopur district was made as consensus by alternate accommodation. There they have their most appropriate safe habit and hunting (prey-base) available. Now it has been expanded and given the status of National Park. But Gujarat had denounced the lions as the symbol of Asmita Angry , saying that it will not give even a single Lion's hair Angry .


Quote:Vanraj (Lion) seems to have lost or defeated in the game in front of this Rajhath (politics). In response to the question of Kirtivardhan Singh in the Lok Sabha, the central government admitted that 37 lions died in the period of September-December, 1918 in Gir.
The reason for the death of lions is given as the Canine Distemper Virus and babesiosis Protozoa Infection:

Vanraj's (King of the jungle) title was in vain for Singh (lion). What is the status of lion in front of Rajhath (politics)...?


Quote:In the first assembly, it was reported in the Gujarat Assembly that 184 Singhs (lions) have died in the two years of 2016 and 2017.
The future of lions expressed by wildlife experts have been proved right after twenty five years. But is it still Gujarat? The Supreme Court has decided in favor of transfer. But Gujarat probably feels that the lion is its identity and giving it to another state is to affect the identity and one of the source of income of Gujarat.

Swaps of natural resources continue on the indigenous and foreign levels.

Quote:In the year 1930, the Duke of Bedford of Britain had demanded a deer named Hangul from Kashmir and in return gave trout fish, which is still there.

Quote:Madhya Pradesh's Narmada river quenches thirst for Gujarat (dry state) in Kutch and Gujarat's milk is drunk in all the country. Gujarat state is benefitting from other states in all aspects but still it's selfish to give lions because it had become a matter of pride (i don't think it is about pride) and money...

There is no tiger in Gujarat. They can take some tiger couples and can give us the lion instead. The Supreme Court has clearly said that Singh (lion) is India's identity and not a particular state and it is clearly amended in Constitution of India. A few days ago, the US had told that there are Barasingha (12 horned antelope or Swamp deer) in Madhya Pradesh. America offered royalty and designation to this region for its protection by treating this state as the original source of this rare species and saving the natural heritage.

The ownership of the state of Gujarat is not new to the lions. In the middle of the 20th century, till independence, there were both lions and tigers in many indigenous princely states.
In the reign of Baroda King Sayajirao III, then the eastern part of present Gir forest was in the same state. In the year 1931, during the reign of King Krishna Singh of Bhavnagar, Ghumantu Singh started going round the princely state. The ancient princely state of Junagadh had only thirty lions in 1891, the infamous Chappanas of 1899-1901, in the famine, the lions had started hunting the human being.

This was the time when the then Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon, had advised the conservation of this species by rejecting the hunting invitation of Junagadh's Nawab, the victim of lions. Since many princely states such as Baroda, Bilkha, Jetpur etc..., were all around Junagadh principality, so it was natural for the lions to go to these areas.
Quote: At that time the Baroda kings used to lay down goats and goats on the border to attract the lions of Junagadh and beat Junagadh drums and then dispersed them again.

At the same time, Bikaner Naresh Gangasinh expressed his desire to meet Junagadh Nawab Mahavat Khan in connection with the lions. The Nawab's ownership spirit on the lions was so strong that he refused to meet. In 1904, Lord Curzon, Gwalior, came to the King on the invitation of Madhavrao Scindia. Then he suggested in the context of forests of Kuno-Palpur, that some Singhs (lions) from Junagadh should be left here. The Gwalior-King tried. Lord Curzon had also recommended, but the Nawab of Junagadh did not agree with Tas.

Even today, Gujarat has been avoiding such lacuna in giving lion to Madhya Pradesh. Is Gujarat's proprietary sense of lions in today's present-day Federalist Democratic India as it exists?Angry  Maharaj Kumar Ranjit Singhji of Bankankar Raj Bhavan in Gujarat has been in many senior positions including Chief Secretary Forest in Madhya Pradesh. His book 'A Life With Wild Life' has just been published recently.

In March last year, he was in Bhopal. He then told his father, Bankankar Naresh, that when the Junagadh Nawab was going to Pakistan by running under the influence of his Diwan Shahnawaz Bhutto (father of former Prime Minister of Pakistan) Bhutto, flying over the Gir and Girnar, he filled his eyes with tears "What would happen to my lions?"

In reality: Although Gujarat has preserved these Singhs very gloriously but due to the traditional ownership spirit, Madhya Pradesh is unable to find the lion, though there is a crisis on them. Therefore, now it is necessary to think in this direction so that the ending crisis (extinction) of this creature can be avoided.

MD Chaturvedi, the first Inspector General of India, wrote in one of his book 'Singh Parivar' that the Gwalior king had deserted Junagadh and left the countryside with lions and left it here. Under the leadership of a specialist DM network, he opened the Singh Mohalla in 1905 and also kept a one lakh rupees budget. The lions also breed, but in those days neither the GPS, neither the modern camera nor the hunting was restricted.

So these Singh went out of the princely state and were killed. Remember that this project of Gwalior-Naresh was taken care of by his hunting advocate, James Adam. It was a coincidence that his son, George Adamson, had lost his life in the preservation of lions in Africa with his wife Jaayy. Born Free, a book written on lions, is a witness to his conservation campaign. Then did Junior Adamson get the privilege of lion protection living in Gwalior with his father?

Whatever state is going on between the lions in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, but problems related to them can be solved easily. Today's visionary statesman like Mrs. Anandiben Patel is the Governor of Madhya Pradesh. They, both Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, are capable and capable in full form. We should take advantage of their merit and find solutions to rescue fallen lions. Madhya Pradesh has been demanding lions from Gujarat for a long time.

Quote:If the side of Madhya Pradesh is seen, the protection of lions lies in its demand. They will stay in Kuno-Palpur National Park of the state, they will be better. Neglecting Lions is not something to ignore Gujarat. They must understand this thing.

http://rajexpress.co/2019/01/11/better-housing-for-lions-required/?fbclid=IwAR2Sa5wCnPj96QBiTwXPPj4OtYasNxTW-BlyLxif7k-PifadOGHoc1LjaPA
When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens, lol.
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