In the latest statement made by the Haryana CM it is being cleared that Haryana is all set to come up with world’s largest Junglee safari till date. According to the latest reports around 10,000 acres of land for the safari will b covering Gurugram and Nuh district.
Presently Sharjah in Africa is the home of largest Safari in the world which is being made in 2,000 acre of land. The project which is till now only proposed will be covering a zoology exhibition , a bird sanctuary, 4 zones or big cats, a large portion for the herbivorous, separate are for underwater animals, exotic animals and birds, and a lot other sections which are being cleared by the State government.
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The state government also made it clear that Union Minister for Forest, Environment and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khatta visited Sharjah in Africa in this regard. After a day’s visit to Dubai, Haryana Cm said that NCR region in the state has a full potential for setting up Junglee safari.
Further talking about this project the CM also said that the Safari scheme will not only increase the tourism across the state but also will be promoting more employment opportunities, On one hand, developing a jungle safari will help preserve the Aravalli mountain range while a large number of people from Delhi and adjoining areas will come for tourism, creating ample employment opportunities for local residents, he said. He further added, “The Jungle safari project of Haryana would be a joint project of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and the Haryana government. Under the scheme, the central government will also provide funds to Haryana for the project.”
This new project which is now introduced to the citizens will be beneficial for all the citizens in Haryana , and ask be good for the preservation of Aravalli mountain rang, and according to the brief research the studies suggest that Aravalli is presently the home of 180 species of birds, 15 species of mammals, 29 species of aquatic animals and reptiles and 57 species of butterflies.
A great decision is being taken by the Haryana Government at a perfect time, this decision will help the country in many ways.