Coronavirus: Red Alert Issued In Rajaji Tiger Reserve, 30 Km Border With Population Area Declared Susceptible
Rajaji Tiger Reserve has issued a red alert after a tigress was found corona positive in New York City, USA. Along with this, the park administration has declared a border of 30 km from the population area as very sensitive. A flag march is also being done to increase vigilance at the border.
Corona is spreading fast in the world and is catching people. Along with the human race, Corona has now started taking animals in its grip. There has been a worldwide outbreak after a tigress was found corona positive in New York City, USA. Now the Rajaji Tiger Reserve Park administration has also become alert.
A red alert has been issued by the park administration. In Haridwar and Dehradun, the border of about 30 kilometers adjoining the population area has been marked and declared as very sensitive, so that the illegal movement of people from here can be completely stopped. Along with this, a flag march is being carried out by the employees, completely sealing the entire boundary of the park.
Park officials are also regularly patrolling the park’s boundary. So that no person from any village adjoining the population area, forest Gurjars, smugglers, women picking wood, etc. can enter the park.
These areas were declared very sensitive
Wildlife guardian Komal Singh told that about 9.7 km border in Bandarjut area of Dholkhand range, three kilometers in Baniwala area of Chilavali range, Teera in Beriwada range, 3.5 km boundary of Sandali area, Sprinkle of Haridwar range, two in Khadkari area Kilometer range, Raiwala of Motichur range, 6 kilometers from Nepali farm, Jhabrawala in Kansaro range, in Buggawala area Kilometer border have been declared hyper-sensitive.
He said that these very sensitive areas of the park bordered many villages in which the deposits are likely to come. In such a situation, vigilance is also being done by the park administration by flag marching in these areas.