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Mysuru: PM Modi to visit Chamarajanagara on April 9

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Mysuru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Chamarajanagara and Mysuru to commemorate 50 years of Project Tiger has been eagerly anticipated by local residents and wildlife enthusiasts. This will be his fourth visit to Mysuru since becoming the Prime Minister, and he arrived at Mysuru Mandakalli Airport on April 8 at 8.45 pm.

The Prime Minister’s schedule of events includes a visit to Bandipur National Park and Mudumalai Elephant Camp, as well as a commemoration event at the Karnataka State Open University Convocation Bhawan. However, his visit has also caused some disruption, with the safari at Bandipur being closed from April 6, and all homestays, resorts and lodges in the area being closed from April 6 to 9.

PM Modi’s visit to Bandipur is particularly significant, as he will be participating in a safari and meeting with employees working in the park. He will also visit the Theppa wild elephant camp in Tamil Nadu, where he will talk to Bomman and Belli, the heroes of the Oscar-winning documentary film Elephant Whisperers.

In addition to his wildlife-related activities, the Prime Minister will also release the tiger census report and a commemorative coin for the Government’s vision and programme for tiger conservation. Dignitaries from home and abroad are expected to attend the event, although entry to the program will be restricted to the general public.

Local residents and wildlife enthusiasts are excited about the Prime Minister’s visit, and many are hoping that it will lead to increased attention and funding for wildlife conservation efforts in the region. The tiger population in India has been in decline in recent years, due to habitat loss, poaching, and other factors, and many experts believe that urgent action is needed to prevent further declines.

Overall, PM Modi’s visit to Chamarajanagara and Mysuru is an important event for wildlife conservation in India, and it is hoped that it will lead to increased attention and funding for conservation efforts.

Local residents and wildlife enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the Prime Minister’s arrival, and many are looking forward to the commemoration event and other activities.

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