Thursday, February 2, 2012

NTCA Told State Government to Acquire Land Around Tiger Reserves

One of the biggest disinterring news coming these days that many resorts and hotels around the tiger reserves in India may get cease as the state government has to acquire around one thousand square kilometres land. The centre asked the state to acquire the land to provide core inviolate area for the big cat and also the tourist are ban in these areas. As according to new guideline issued 6000 families will be relocated which live around 41 tiger reserves of India. The NTCA (National Tiger Conservation Authority) given a very straight guideline to respected state that every kind of land should be acquired even private estate also.
Wild Life Institute of India based in Dehradun has shown a study report that inviolate area is required for viable population of 20 breeding tigresses. As according to the National Tiger Conservation Authority the core area will help the tigers in sustaining population of around 100 tigers in a reserve.
The NTCA very clearly told the state government to acquiring the land and reallocate the people with compensation of up to 10 Lakh INR. The resorts and hotels around the smaller reserves would get cease. Manly the acquisition will be done in the smaller tiger reserve such Kanha of Madhya Pradesh, Ranthambore of Rajasthan etc. However if the guideline will be implemented Corbett National Park and the hospitability industry will not be affected.