Installation, Repair Of CCTV Cameras In CNP Expedited
31st Jan, 2022 | Tourism Mail Crew
CHITWAN, Jan 31: Installation and repair of CCTV cameras have been expedited in the sensitive areas of the Chitwan National Park (CNP) in terms of the poaching of wild animals.
Installation of 11 CCTV cameras in additional seven places between Kasara and Dhurba and its repair at 20 places is underway, said the CNP information officer Ganesh Prasad Tiwari, adding that repair of 10 cameras installed between Kasara and Sauraha is ongoing.
Seven cameras between Dhurba and Bhimle require repair, he said. The installation and repair work funded by the World Wildlife Fund will be completed in a week. The CNP has prioritised sensitive areas in terms of the poaching of wild animals.
The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation has coordinated the project while the CNP has provided technical support.