Gir Forest: 184 teams deployed to protect lions in Gir leader

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Ahmedabad; News Agency: The state government has deployed 184 teams to protect lions in Gir forest in Gujarat from Cyclone Biparjoy. 40 lions in the coastal area are being specially monitored by the teams. (Gir Forest)

There are seven rivers and small lakes in the area where lions exist. Heavy rains increase the water in these rivers and lakes. Teams have been deployed for this. Meanwhile, late Thursday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a phone conversation with Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and inquired about the measures taken to protect the lions. (Gir Forest)

Chief Minister Patel has instructed the Forest Department to take necessary measures to save the forest animals from the cyclone. (Gir Forest)

Important materials ready

Around 13 teams of five members have been deployed in the vast desert area of ​​Kutch. Additional 6 wildlife rescue teams have been formed to help wild animals. JCBs, tractors and other necessary materials have been deployed at important places.

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