Special surveillance in forests, commands of vigilance

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Kalagarh. Kalyani, the deputy director of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, who arrived in Kalagarh to inspect the patrols, ordered officers to be vigilant and specially monitor the patrols in the forests of the Corbett Tiger Reserve during the monsoons.
The Corbett Tiger Reserve Assistant Director, Kalyani, conducted a surprise inspection of Operation Monsoon’s wildlife protection patrols in the forests and verified the information on patrols along the southern and interstate borders of Kalagarh by Range Officer Rakesh Kumar Bhatt. The Range Officer has been asked to be particularly vigilant and vigilant while on patrol. The range officer said that Bavarian gangs and smugglers are active in the rainy season. Saving forests and wild animals from them remains a major challenge. The entry routes of forests and river runoffs are monitored by camera traps and e-surveillance. Elephants are patrolled in the woods. At night, armed ambushes are used for patrols. At the same time, special patrol teams are active in the floodplain of the Ramganga River. The state border is monitored. The focus is on cross-sectoral patrols. According to the rules of Kovid 19, the forest office team patrols.

Kalagarh. Kalyani, the deputy director of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, who arrived in Kalagarh to inspect the patrols, ordered officers to be vigilant and specially monitor the patrols in the forests of the Corbett Tiger Reserve during the monsoons.

The Corbett Tiger Reserve Assistant Director, Kalyani, conducted a surprise inspection of Operation Monsoon’s wildlife protection patrols in the forests and verified the information on patrols along the southern and interstate borders of Kalagarh by Range Officer Rakesh Kumar Bhatt. The Range Officer has been asked to be particularly vigilant and vigilant while on patrol. The range officer said that Bavarian gangs and smugglers are active in the rainy season. Saving forests and wild animals from them remains a major challenge. The entry routes of forests and river runoffs are monitored by camera traps and e-surveillance. Elephants are patrolled in the woods. At night, armed ambushes are used for patrols. At the same time, special patrol teams are active in the floodplain of the Ramganga River. The state border is monitored. The focus is on cross-sectoral patrols. According to the rules of Kovid 19, the forest office team patrols.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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