Ensure no human animal conflict while drafting Bhopal master plan Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
| Thursday | 14th January, 2021
BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given instructions to officials to take care that the Master Plan of Bhopal is prepared in a manner that doesn't encourage human animal conflict.
He gave the instructions during a meeting of the State Wildlife Board on Thursday.
Board member Abhilash Khandekar had raised the issue in reference to a letter written by the NTCA to chief secretary after complaints on the new proposed Bhopal master plan.
Around 40 tigers are present in close vicinity of Bhopal and inclusion of areas around Kaliasot and Kerwa in the new master plan could harm the tigers and its habitat.
CEO of WWF Delhi Ravi Singh who participated in the meeting through video conferencing offered help in conservation of state fish.
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