The country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday is today, 17 September. The PM’s birthday is going to be special this year. On this day, a team of cheetahs is about to land on Indian soil after nearly seven decades. Eight cheetahs from Namibia will reach India after 70 years. All these cheetahs will be taken to Kuno by two helicopters on the same day and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will drop them in the park from the Quarantine Center.
India’s special aircraft has reached Namibia to bring cheetahs. Cheetahs have been beautifully painted on this special aircraft. According to the information, cheetahs will first be brought to Jaipur from Namibia by cargo plane. After this, the helicopter will be brought to Kuno-Palpur National Park in Madhya Pradesh on the same day, which PM Modi will hand over to the country on his birthday.
The High Commission of India in Namibia tweeted that a special bird envoy has arrived in the land of the Bahadur to carry goodwill ambassadors to the land of the tiger.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Karahal, Sheopur on his birthday today. Here he will release the Namibian cheetahs in the quarantine enclosure of Kuno National Park. Along with this, he will join the Self Help Group of Aajeevika Mission in Karahal and address the conference of self-reliant sisters.
Pictures of these 8 cheetahs coming to India have been released. Of these, three males and five females have been reported. Their age is between two and a half to five and a half years. It has also been learned that two of them are real brothers and are living in a private reserve in Namibia.
A statement is released by The Cheetah Conservation Fund(an agency involved in the project to bring cheetahs to India) that says, eight are males while five are females. Their age is said to be four and a half years old, one two years old, one two and a half years old and one between three and four years old.