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Section 144 imposed for safety of Kaziranga animals

By Correspondent

KAZIRANGA, May 26 - Due to heavy rainfall across the State, the Bokakhat subdivisional administration has imposed Section 144 with sufficient restrictions for the safety of wild animals of the Kaziranga National Park, which may move out from low-lying areas of the park towards highlands including foothills of Karbi Anglong.

The order issued by the Bokakhat subdivisional administration stated that no vehicle will be allowed to ply above 40 km/hr on National Highway 37, adjacent to the Kaziranga National Park.

It should be ensured that no wild animals are harmed or hurt, which may take shelter on NH-37, adjacent to the park. No person will be allowed to move in and around the Kaziranga National Park with lethal weapon, stated the order.

The order further stated that heavy vehicles will not be allowed to park in front of any dhabas or restaurants along NH-37 adjacent to the park, which may otherwise obstruct safe passage of wild animals.

P Shiva Kumar, Kaziranga National Park cum Tiger Reserve director said that water level inside the Kaziranga National Park is increasing due to incessant rainfall.

He said already 300 country boats are being kept on standby for the entire Kaziranga Tiger Reserve.

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Section 144 imposed for safety of Kaziranga animals

KAZIRANGA, May 26 - Due to heavy rainfall across the State, the Bokakhat subdivisional administration has imposed Section 144 with sufficient restrictions for the safety of wild animals of the Kaziranga National Park, which may move out from low-lying areas of the park towards highlands including foothills of Karbi Anglong.

The order issued by the Bokakhat subdivisional administration stated that no vehicle will be allowed to ply above 40 km/hr on National Highway 37, adjacent to the Kaziranga National Park.

It should be ensured that no wild animals are harmed or hurt, which may take shelter on NH-37, adjacent to the park. No person will be allowed to move in and around the Kaziranga National Park with lethal weapon, stated the order.

The order further stated that heavy vehicles will not be allowed to park in front of any dhabas or restaurants along NH-37 adjacent to the park, which may otherwise obstruct safe passage of wild animals.

P Shiva Kumar, Kaziranga National Park cum Tiger Reserve director said that water level inside the Kaziranga National Park is increasing due to incessant rainfall.

He said already 300 country boats are being kept on standby for the entire Kaziranga Tiger Reserve.

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