Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve is soon going to have three tigers roaming around in the national park for which preparations are going on at full swing. In order to review the situation, Member of Parliament Om Birla visited the Seljar area of the reserve and inspected the enclosure. He examined the sight through the Watch Tower built near Chambal.
During this visit, Mr. Birla discussed the matter with Forest Department officials and enquired about the budget, reserve routes, tourism, count of animals, and other crucial pointers. The officials informed him about all the preparations going on for welcoming the new tigers in the enclosure.
Reportedly, three tigers- one male and two females- will be brought to the reserve by March 2018. Apart from the jungle safari, tourists will also be able to go on Chambal Safari. They will be able to enjoy the scenic beauty of Chambal while crossing the 25 km distance between Jawahar Sagar and Bhainsrogarh through the boating service.
Efforts are being made to make this reserve far more superior in terms of beauty and size as compared to others across the world. This is why it’s going to be the first Tiger Reserve where visitors will be able to enjoy the jungle area as well as explore the water route.
Reportedly, a 32-km long wall is going to be built for the security of wildlife and fencing will be arranged near the Darrah railway track. Authorities are leaving no stone unturned to transform the reserve in one of the most prosperous and dazzling property.