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Kanha-Pench Corridor

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Regular club meeting on 17th January had Rajnish Singh speaking on Kanha – Pench Corridor. Mr. Rajnish Singh is Assistant Conservator of Forest with MP Govt. and has been posted in all the national parks in MP in his service of last 15+ yrs.

Mr. Singh stressed that we need to think beyond conserving and safeguarding just the National Parks and other designated Tiger Centuries. He informed the house that corridors are required for long term survival of Tigers. Corridors are like highways for tigers and needed by them to travel between parks in their natural habitat.



He informed the house about various issues with existing Kanha – Pench Corridor and steps needed to conserve and make the corridor fully functional. It was really inspiring to see a Govt. officer going beyond the call of his duty and working rigorously and passionately towards a larger mission.

Earlier in the meeting 2 new members (Rajendra Jaiswal & Sharad Battad) were inducted into the club taking our membership to 336. Rtn. Naushad Bhagwagar made announcement regarding the ‘Vagh Utsav’ being organised by VED and Rtn. Ganesh Joshi announced the next week’s programme. Rtn. Vilas Kale proposed vote of thanks and meeting was adjourned with singing of National Anthem.

Rtn Sachin Palewar

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Mr. Rajnish Singh can be contacted on his phone  +91-9424790230 or email – if you want to know more on this topic or support his Tiger-Conservation endeavors.

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