Sariska Reserve, Rajasthan:
One tiger is untraceable while another was found dead. Sariska national park authority is totally failed to recover a tiger. Why does the government keep relocating tigers if it cannot protect them from the poachers?
This is so much for tiger conservation. Dead body of a tiger found in Sariska tiger reserve of Rajasthan and believed to be caused due to a clutch wire trap. Another tiger of the reserve has not been recovered since last one month, with inputs from ANI and Mr. Walker at twitter.
Union minister for environment and forest now has scheduled his visit to the reserve after the incident. However, initial studies have given no detection about a single reason of the death.
India has failed to protect our tigers. Earlier it was in the news that we have already lost six tigers in Madhya Pradesh and now this in Rajasthan.
This is so bad; at least we should take a proper care to protect our treasury of jungle. Now the forest authority has asked by the state’s CID into the matters of death of a big cat.
A committee headed by senior officers has been constituted to probe the death of the tiger which was found dead on last night in the Sariska reserve.
The criticism by some wildlife experts has been rejected by the minister as the Trans-location process was to blame for the death of the tigers in Sariska tiger reserve.
In a starting of the year 2008, two young tiger siblings had attacked on a residence of Ranthambore village in Rajasthan aftermath the siblings were poisoned to death in Ranthambore in Rajasthan.
The government of Rajasthan is totally failed to keep safety both human and animal either. Unfortunately it is not good for wildlife sanctuaries and reserve parks but off course it is very good for the poachers in the state and country.