Union Forest Minister Ashwini Kr. Choubey Adopted A Tiger In North Bengal Wild Animal Park Named Agniveer Ann
Union Minister Ashwini Kr. Choubey: Union Minister of State for...
Union Minister Ashwini Kr. Choubey: Union Minister of State for Forest and Environment Ashwini Choubey has adopted a male tiger in the North Bengal Wild Animal Park on Wednesday. After adopting that tiger, he named it ‘Agniveer’. There is a lot of controversy going on in the country these days regarding the Agnipath scheme. Whoever will be recruited under the Agneepath scheme will be known as Agniveer. In this sequence, Ashwini Choubey has named this tiger as Agniveer.
While returning from Sikkim on Wednesday, Ashwini Choubey reached the North Bengal Wild Animal Park in Siliguri. While walking in the park, he saw a male tiger and expressed his desire to adopt him. After which Choubey adopted the tiger for a year and also transferred two lakh rupees online for its care. According to the rules, people can adopt any animal in this park and contribute financially for their care.
today #gangtok While returning from North Bengal Wild Animals Park, Siliguri was inspected. Adopted a one-year-old tiger to bring awareness to the fauna among the people. He was named ‘Agniveer’. Under the adoption campaign, the officers have also been directed to increase awareness among the people. pic.twitter.com/xpgSEm3zCT
— Ashwini Kr. Choubey (@AshwiniKChoubey) June 22, 2022
So far 70 animals have been adopted in this park. Ashwini Choubey said that by adopting a tiger, he wants to make people aware so that more and more people can adopt animals. Union Minister Ashwini Choubey has adopted a tiger in the memory of the casualties in the Kedarnath accident in 2013. During that accident, Choubey himself was present in the Kedarnath temple. Some of his relatives also died in this accident.
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