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The Wildlife Institute of India has conducted an assessment of status of tigers in Sariska Tiger Reserve. This was based on the directives from the Ministry. It has been reported that there is no evidence of tigers in the said Tiger Reserve, this has been The Special Investigation Team of the Central Bureau of Investigation has also reported the disappearance of tigers from Sariska, primarily on account of poaching.
Government of India has taken multiple steps for conservation of wild animals including tigers and to prevent poaching..
The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) was also mandated with the task of suggesting a recovery strategy for Sariska Tiger Reserve, following the disappearance of tigers from the said Reserve. The WII, interalia, had suggested preparation of a detailed species recovery plan and relocation of at least four villages (Haripura, Kankwari, Umri and Kriaska) as a prerequisite for tiger reintroduction, forming part of the...