Tiger graph goes up by 50 % in Rajasthan
Well done Rajasthan-Tigers on the rise.
It is quite a good news for Rajasthan. The tiger graph has gone up by 50% in the last 4 years. The data released by PM Narendra Modi on Monday shows that India has 2967 tigers now. With the numbers going to 69 as compared to that of 45 tigers 4 years back, Rajasthan now stands on 8th position in the country.
Rajasthan has gone 3 steps up on the ladder in the last 4 years and this certainly is a very good news for the state. On the occasion of World Tiger Day on Monday, PM Modi released the census of tigers in India which reveals that there is an increase of 741 tigers in the country. This means that the census has gone up by 33% in the country as compared to that of 2014. Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of tigers and the number is 526.
The state of Rajasthan has 3 Tiger Reserve Parks. The census given here is mainly about the Ranthambhore National Park and Sariska Tiger Reserve. Mukandara Tiger Reserve is not included in this census.
Let us take a look at the numbers of tigers in India now:
Madhya Pradesh 308 526
Karnataka 406 524
Maharashtra 190 312
Rajasthan 45 69
Chattisgarh 46 19
Andhra Pradesh 68 48