35 km long corridors will be constructed at Kaziranga National park

Guwahati, 22nd July: A 35 km long corridor is going to be constructed at Kaziranga National Park to improve the preservation and Wildlife Protection at the national  park. A 35 km long elevated corridor will stretch from Jakhalabandha to Bokakhat.

The proposal of elevated corridor has been reviewed by the chief minister

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma reviewed the proposed elevated corridor project at Kaziranga National Park with officials of Environment & Forest and PWD department. The chief minister approved the proposal of the corridor. He also appealed to the PWD officials to monitor all required measures so that the project can be executed successfully.

Assam CM also appealed the forest department officials to setup zoos

The CM also directed the officials of the Environment & Forest Department to immediately set up zoos at Dibrugarh and Cachar districts.

The elevated corridor will be helpful for the animals to cross the NH 37

The elevated corridor would help animals cross the NH 37 to Karbi Hills. They would also not be injured while crossing the road and reaching their destination. Hence it can be said that the elevator corridor will increase the protection of wildlife animals and give them a better experience.

Also Read : Assam: All about World Heritage Site Kaziranga National Park

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