Operation Major Hunt starts in CNP
21st Dec, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
CHITWAN, Dec 21: 'Operation major hunt' has started in the Chitwan National Park in a bid to control poaching of rare wild animals like the one-horned rhino and tigers.
Under the special anti-poaching campaign, a joint special troop of Nepal Army from a brigade and from army posts stationed in the CNP has been deployed in the CNP, said Ved Kumar Dhakal, the CNP chief conservation officer. The troops will patrol and provide a special security during days and at nights inside the CNP in coordination with the CNP employees and concerned bodies, he said. Sniffer dogs, domesticated elephants, vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and boats will also be used.