- No good for the one who went viral by editing PM Modi’s photo.
- Madhya Pradesh government ordered an inquiry
- PM Modi left leopards on the occasion of his birthday
The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, had recently taken a picture of cheetahs from Namibia in the Kuno National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh) with their release, the photo of the cheetah photographed by the Prime Minister was tampered with. Has been. The state government has taken the matter seriously and ordered an inquiry. State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has said that the cyber cell of the police has been directed to investigate the tampering of the Prime Minister’s picture and said that it should be found from where it has started, whoever is guilty will be punished. Strict action will be taken.
It is to be known that on September 17, the Prime Minister had come to the Kuno National Park in Sheopur district, where he released the things brought from Namibia in the enclosure. During this, the Prime Minister had also taken a picture of cheetahs and photographs were also revealed by the Prime Minister taking a photo of cheetahs. Someone has tampered with this photo of the Prime Minister and made it viral on social media.
Cheetahs were left on the occasion of birthday
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, today released 8 cheetahs at the Kuno National Park on the occasion of his birthday. These cheetahs were brought from the city of Nambia in Africa. After the hard work of the government, now again the species of cheetah will be seen in India. Let us tell you that cheetahs were extinct from India. In the year 1952, the then government had formally told that cheetahs were now extinct from India. Now the question must be coming in your mind that why the cheetahs have disappeared from India, after all, who killed the cheetah. which are on the verge of extinction. Let’s know the answer to every question.
the last cheetah
According to historians, in the year 1948, the last cheetah was found dead in the Koriya forest of Chhattisgarh. After which cheetahs were eradicated from the soil of India. It is believed that the Mughal ruler Akbar had preserved about 1000 cheetahs during his reign and at that time the number of cheetahs in the country was very high. According to the Journal of the Mumbai Natural History Society, there have always been cheetahs in India, but due to continuous hunting, they gradually became extinct. If historians are to be believed, they say that in the olden days, King Maharaja was very expert in hunting cheetahs. Always used to go hunting on his holidays, at that time it was not illegal to hunt any animal. Due to which this situation was seen.
Historians tell that there were three last Asiatic cheetahs left in India but Maharaja Ramanuj Pratap Singhdev of Korea hunted 3 cheetahs in 1947. It is believed that the last three cheetahs were hunted by the Maharaja. After this, animals like cheetah were completely eliminated from India. The then government also accepted in 1952 that the cheetah had become extinct from India.