Assam: Kaziranga National Park Collects Over Rs 1.27 Crores in Revenues Amid New Year Festivities
Many tourists have visited the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) and Tiger Reserve since its reopening after the COVID-19 lockdown. The footfall has increased further in the recent weeks ahead of the New Year festivities.
Around 64,100 people visited the national park since 21st October 2020 and the revenue collected so far is Rs 1.27 crores.
KNP listed its major achievements during 2020:
No. of rhinos poached: 2
No. of cases booked: &n
bsp;66 (17 rhino related cases)
No. of person arrested: 95 (38 rhino related cases)
Consolidation and Expansion:
The new 7th, 8th and 9th additions have been formed by expanding the existing 3rd and 5th and parts of the 2nd and 6th additions, and the area of the park is much bigger.
New tourist destinations:
Bhomoraguri, Panpur, Chirang, Banderdubi and Biswanath Ghat.
Chirakhowa, Potahi, Deosur, Haldhibari and Banderdubi.
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