Did PM Modi mention India’s last cheetah hunter? know who he was

PM Modi On Project Cheetah: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) left in Kuno National Park on the occasion of his birthday (PM Modi Birthday). After this, the PM said that today we have got an opportunity to connect the link of biodiversity which was broken decades ago. Cheetahs are back on Indian soil. The PM said that in the last century, we have also seen a time when the exploitation of nature was considered a symbol of power. In 1947, when only the last three cheetahs were left in the country, they were also hunted. It is unfortunate that we declared the extinction of cheetahs in 1952, but did not make any meaningful effort to rehabilitate them.

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The picture is in the Bombay Natural History Society

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