NEW DELHI: Bina Kak, The forest and environment minister of Rajasthan wants to continue the tiger tourism in Rajasthan. He writes a letter to the National Advisory Council chairperson, Sonia Gandhi to continue the tourism activities in core areas which is banned by Supreme Court last few days.
In the other letter which is written by the Kak to the National Advisory Council- NAC, demand the 200 crore Indian rupee for the two thousand three hundred six villagers to far away from the Ranthambore Tiger Reserves to create the space for the tigress.
When the Rajasthan environment minister, Kak submitted the all guidelines to the Supreme Court to continue the tiger tourism activity in core areas and displace the all villagers and tribals which are reside up near the tiger reserves then the twin missive to the National Advisory Council chairperson came at the same time.
The two most famous tiger tourism places in Rajasthan are Ranthambore and Sariska tiger reserves. Both are the most prominent tiger reserves in north India.
According to the Kak, the tiger tourism is the essential part for the preservation of forests and a way to generate the income. By which a large number of people lived their life.
In last few days the Supreme Court- SC bans the all tourism activities in tiger reserves and ordered to all state government to follow the all guidelines and restrict the all activity in tiger national park and sanctuaries