3167 Tigers In India By 2022: PM Modi Reveals The Latest Census Of Big Cats
PM Narendra Modi revealed the latest tiger census data in India and announced that there is a significant rise in the number of tigers in the country.
PM Narendra Modi
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-04-09
PM Narendra Modi on Sunday, April 9, revealed the latest tiger census data in India and announced that there is a significant rise in the number of tigers in the country.
According to data, there are 3167 tigers in India by the year 2022, with an increase of 200 tigers from 2018. In 2018, there were 2967 in India.
At the inaugural session of commemoration of 50 years of 'Project Tiger', PM Modi also launched the 'International Big Cat Alliance', which will focus on protection and conservation of seven major big cats of the world, including tiger and lion. He also released a booklet ‘Amrit Kaal Ka Tiger Vision’, presenting the vision for tiger conservation in the next 25 years.
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