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Bengali couple undertakes journey to save tiger

A Bengali couple is moving round the country to spread messages about saving tiger. Known as “Wild Ratin”, the couple is on the “Journey for Tiger Mission”on their bike.

They reached Udaipur on Sunday prior to which they travelled to Bharatpur, Sariska, Ranthambhore and Chittor.

Ratindra Das and his wife Gitanjali Das have already spread the message in Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Mizoram, Nagaland, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu Kashmir and Delhi before reaching Rajasthan.

Ratindra said that he plans to travel to other nations as well and would cover a distance of 80,000 kms on bike. He has visited 19 tiger reserves till now and is on a war footing to save wild life. He visited Sajjangarh Bio-Park on Sunday and even said that 4 tiger reserves can be made in Mewar region if the right efforts are made in this direction.

 

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