India pays villages to leave tiger reserves in rural areas

India pays villages to leave tiger reserves in rural areas. In fact, in the recent past, the number of tigers killed by villagers in the villages have decreased dramatically. The forest ministry did not respond to our queries. But the government claims that villagers have actually killed at least six tiger reserves in the last five years. On December 28, 2015, the government had announced that it would give 25 acres of land to villagers who had left the villages in the areas affected by tiger raids. However, after the raids, almost 50 acres were handed over to the forest department, where these villages are being kept for the coming year to provide housing. But many villagers are afraid of tigers because of threats from villagers in the villages, and also because they are afraid of receiving financial compensation in return for their presence there.”In recent days, we have heard about cases of villagers killing tigers in the fields, in their villages, after coming up with CDC 철도청 카지노excuses as to why they should not kill the endangered animals. However, if we dig deeper into the facts, it seems that many villagers have made a complete-hearted effort to help their neighbours. They have also started making noise about stopping the tiger attacks in the villages.This is because it is feared that as more and more people are leaving the villages, so will other villages, too. If this takes place, the villagers who were protecting the tiger reserves would be targeted as well. “If it becomes clear to all people in the country that this is the only way of safeguarding tigers, then the entire species will perish and every village will become a battlefield for killing tigers. It would also cause an ecological crisis. As many as three-quarters of the tigers that roam around our India are endangered. If 용인안마tiger attacks go on, that number would go up drastically,” says Vibhakant Bali, a conservationist based in Maharashtra.It is estimated that there are more than 4,000 tigers in the forest. While about two thirds of the population lives in Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, other states also have a population of the endangered beast. In most of India’s states, there are hundreds of species including wild leopards, buffaloes, buffaloes and cougars that are threatened. But they do not have any protection in the National Tiger Conservation Programme.For now, forest offici감성 마사지als are still trying to identify the reasons behind attacks on tigers. According to a report by the forest department, nearly half of the villages are near areas where some tiger animals are active, leading to a decline in the species.