Bahwalpur: According to press reports, the Punjab Wildlife Department announced plans to rehabilitate Safari and the neighbouring Lala Sohanra Park in Cholistan. As part of the Prime Minister’s Clean and Green Initiative, several parks are being restored.
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Covering an area of 330 acres will cost PKR 10 billion. In Cholistan, the restoration plan involves the establishment of a 500-acre breeding refuge for endangered black bucks. According to reports, the campaign to save black bucks began in 1962, when the endangered species became extinct.
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A 4670-square-kilometer refuge for the breeding of Indian bustards will also be built. The Bahawalpur Division’s Deputy Director Wildlife, Rai Zahid Ali, indicated that the agency aims to recruit the necessary staff and security to ensure strict adherence to wildlife preservation SOPs.
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