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‘Save the tiger’, Modi’s message on Shardul Day

‘Save the tiger’, Modi’s message on Shardul Day

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the message of tiger conservation on the Worldwide Tiger Day. On Thursday, the Prime Minister wrote in a tweet, “Congratulations to the fanatics on tiger conservation on Worldwide Tiger Day.” India has greater than 70 % of the world’s tigers. It’s our responsibility to make sure secure housing for them and construct an appropriate ecosystem.

On #InternationalTigerDay, greetings to wildlife lovers, particularly those that are captivated with tiger conservation. Home to over 70% of the tiger inhabitants globally, we reiterate our dedication to making sure secure habitats for our tigers and nurturing tiger-friendly eco-systems. pic.twitter.com/Fk3YZzxn07

– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) July 29, 2021

In one other tweet, the Prime Minister wrote, “There are 51 tiger reserves in 17 states throughout the nation. The final tiger census of 2016 confirmed that the variety of tigers within the nation has elevated considerably. The variety of tigers within the nation has doubled 4 years earlier than the deadline set within the St. Petersburg Declaration on Tiger Conservation. In response to the report of the Ministry of Atmosphere, the central authorities is working with the aim of doubling the variety of tigers by 2022.

India’s technique of tiger conservation attaches topmost significance to involving native communities. We’re additionally impressed by our centuries outdated ethos of residing in concord with all natural world with whom we share our nice planet. pic.twitter.com/WSwvPprNuJ

– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) July 29, 2021

World Tiger Day is well known on July 29 yearly. This time the theme of Tiger Day in Bangladesh is ‘Tigers save the Sundarbans, Sundarbans will save hundreds of thousands of lives’ and the theme on this planet is ‘Their survival is in our arms.’ Though the day is well known all around the world, it’s celebrated in 13 international locations together with Bangladesh, India and Nepal as a consequence of its excessive density of tigers.

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