Jungle Safari

Jungle Safari And Animal Park near Sardar statue

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: The state government will educate 70 nearby children as animal keepers for the proposed jungle safari and animal park task in JP Colony near Sardar Sarovar Project. An enrolment certificate for training was provided to those children by the district collector and chief administrator of the Statue of Unity (SOU), I K Patel, on Thursday at Rewa Bhavan at Kevadia. Around four projects were deliberate to make SOU a prime traveler enchantment. Among these, a primary one on priority turned into the putting in place of jungle safari and animal park. The proposed park could be set up on a hundred bigha land close to J P Colony Street, which is hilly terrain and is predicted to be operational in the coming six months. As a part of its preparedness, 70 youth, such as 19 women, could be skilled as animal keepers. They can be dispatched to Sakkar Baug, Junagadh, and Indroda at Gandhinagar for training. All those young people may be employed using a management company with the authorities offering them a month-to-month stipend of Rs five 000 for the first six months, stated Patel at the event.

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The park might be deliberate in around 65 acres of land. Several chook and animal species will be brought from one-of-a-kind arena elements under those animal keepers’ renovation. All the selected neighborhood applicants hail from the affected villages of the Narmada district. They might be educated to take care of the various fauna in the area, as well as sincerity and humane contact, said Dr. K Shahsi Kumar, the deputy woodland conservator.

SURAT: On Friday, Eleven clean swine flu instances were detected inside the city. This has taken the overall number of swine flu instances inside the metropolis in January this year to a hundred thirty, together with one loss of life. Health officials of Surat Municipal Corporation have issued a note to Sri Sai Hospital in City Light for negligence in offering a remedy to a swine flu patient. They also warned six hospitals in Katargam and Varachha municipal zones, asking them to strictly adhere to government guidelines on swine flu. The hospitals warned were Shivam Hospital, Prannath Hospital, PP Maniya Children Hospital, Shri Hari Children Hospital, Yogi Children Hospital, and Bhalani Hospital.

SMC fitness department has also begun a residence-to-residence survey painting to search for swine flu sufferers. On Friday, 82,989 homes overlaying 4,14,895 humans were surveyed. Four hundred ninety-two sufferers suffering from cold, cough, and fever have been discovered. Of these, 399 people had been given drugs, and ninety-three dispatched to fitness centers for treatment. The eleven people, who tested effective for swine flu, consisted of a 52-yr-antique guy from Vesu, a 56-year-vintage woman from Shahpur, a 58-12 months-old man from Mota Varachha, a 23-yr-old man from Kapodra, a 49-yr-old girl from Varachha, a 51-year-old woman from Puna Gam, a 50-yr-vintage lady from Limbayat, a 50 -year-antique guy from Katargam, a 47-12 months-antique man from Amroli Road, a fifty eight-year-antique guy from Utran and a 60-12 months-antique man from Dabholi.
At least 43 patients are still receiving remedies for swine flu in specific metropolis hospitals. The situation of 32 patients is said to be stable. Six swine flu patients are on ventilators, and five are on oxygen support.

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