PM Modi visits Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, feeds sugarcane to elephants
PM Modi visits Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, feeds sugarcane to elephants

Bangalore: PM Narendra Modi visited Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserve in Karnataka today, i.e., Sunday (April 9). On the occasion of the completion of 50 years of Project Tiger, he enjoyed a jungle safari in Bandipur Tiger Reserve. The Prime Minister went to the Bandipur Tiger Reserve this morning and then reached the Theppakadu Elephant Camp.

Regarding this, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has also shared a picture on Twitter in which PM Modi is seen in a very special look. In this picture, PM Modi is seen in a printed T-shirt with khaki paint. He is also wearing a black cap and black shoes. With this, PM Modi has taken a half jacket in his hand. PM Modi will also inaugurate the 'International Big Cats Alliance' (IBCA) during this period. Let us inform you that such countries are included in the IBCA, where 7 animals of the Marjar' species—a tiger, lion, leopard, snow leopard, puma, jaguar, and cheetah—are found. This organisation will focus on the conservation and protection of these animals.


In view of PM Modi's visit, tight security arrangements have been made in Mysuru. The district administration has banned the entry of tourists to the tiger reserve from April 6 to April 9. Along with this, the authorities have also stopped the movement of vehicles on National Highway 181.

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