38 tigers killed not serious, 40 to 45 tigers should die: Forest Minister

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Forest Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah has recently made an absurd statement and his statement has become a topic of discussion. In fact, the Minister says that the death of 38 tigers in a year (Tigers Death in Madhya Pradesh) in the state is not a serious matter but 40 to 45 tigers should die every year. His statement is currently going viral on social media. In fact, in this statement, Forest Minister Shah is replying to a question on tiger deaths saying, "Where the population is more, there will be more deaths, you may find my answer strange, generally, tigers die in 11-12 years, according to us there are 650 tigers in the state, On the other hand, the Government of India has 526 numbers in its record.''

He further asked, "There are 526 tigers as per records and how many tigers should die every year if tigers die in 11-12. I think 40-45 tigers should die every year. If 38 tigers die, it is not a figure that is a matter of concern for us. A man dies before a hundred years. '

Recently an NGO had filed a petition in the court regarding the death of tigers. On the other hand, the forest department had given data on tiger deaths which also showed the census data of tigers in the state. The minister's statement has now come up for discussion and people are expressing their displeasure over it. On the other hand, congress state president Kamal Nath's media coordinator Narendra Saluja has slammed the forest minister's statement. He says, "They are telling the age of Tiger as 10-12 years, which is less because Shivraj says even after 18 years that Tiger is still alive.''

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