On the day of Narendra Modi’s 72nd birthday tomorrow, cheetahs will arrive in India.
For this, a special flight has been operated out of Namibia.
First transported to Gwalior are cheetahs.
In Kuno National Park, cheetahs will be kept.
From Gwalior, they are transported by chopper to Kuno.
Cheetahs will be released into national parks by the prime minister Narendra Modi. After 70 years, cheetahs finally make their way to the nation.
Cheetahs have disappeared, according to studies, as a result of habitat degradation, overhunting, and other factors.
In 1992, cheetahs were formally declared extinct.