The day of 17 September 2022 was specially recorded in the pages of history of India. After about 70 years, cheetahs will once again gain momentum. PM Narendra Modi released cheetahs in the Kuno National Park on his 72nd birthday.
The PM said that it has no political significance. But it was a necessary step for the environment and the country. It is a different matter that the Congress termed the cheetah campaign as a tamasha campaign and said that we have a lion (ie Rahul Gandhi on India Jodo Yatra), so such an exercise was done by PM Modi.
Congress MP Jairam Ramesh, who was Environment Minister in the UPA government, said that PM Modi rarely accepts continuity in governance. Jairam Ramesh tweeted that the Cheetah project back on my visit to Cape Town on 25.04.2010 is the latest example.
The spectacle by the PM is inappropriate and is another diversion from pressing national issues and India Jodi Yatra. But he has been a part of this project. Best wishes for this project.
Congress leader Pawan Khera said that since our lion has set out on a pair trip to India, those who break India, they bring cheetahs from abroad.
The Congress on Friday posted a photograph of the then Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh with a cheetah in South Africa in 2010 and said that a proposal for Project Cheetah was prepared in 2008-09. The project was approved by the Manmohan Singh government. In 2013, the Supreme Court put a stay on the project and allowed it only in 2020.
Even when tigers were first shifted to Panna and Sariska during 2009-11, many people warned about the dangers. They were proved wrong. Similar predictions are being made on the Cheetah project as well. The people involved are excellent professionals. So there is no need to be afraid.