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Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government announced on Monday, a Rs 2.81 crore water scheme for forest animals, protecting four major tiger reserves and jungles areas in the state. The evaluate was suggested in view of creatures deviating into public places in search of water during dry spells, thus resulting in damage to human environments.
To decrease the human-animal issue in the state, govt suggests to make water financial institutions inside the jungles and features to fulfill food requirements of wild animals within the wooded area.
According to formal sources in the woodlands division, the rise incompatible is due to lack of accessibility to water and food for wild animals.
The govt has indicated that it suggests to invest Rs 2.81 crore to create the features needed to decrease the deviating of wild animals into individual agreements. “The government has sanctioned cash to dig 26 carried bore holes in the woodlands for wild animals,” said a forest formal.
According to formal sources, all carried water wells will be fixed with solar water pumps. The government is also thinking over the idea of creating water financial institutions in Satyamangalam, Mudumalai, Annaimalai and Kalakkad Mudanthurai competition supplies at a cost of Rs 44 lakh.
The govt has imagined developing extra four more wild animals sanctuaries in the condition in areas like Krishnagiri, Coimbatore, Vellore and Dharmapuri, at a price of Rs 2.37 crore.