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Union Minister Bhupender Yadav Visits Families of Victims of Wildlife Attacks in Wayanad

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Union Minister for Environment, Forest, and Climate Change, Shri Bhupender Yadav, embarked on a heartfelt mission during his two-day visit to Wayanad, Kerala. Directly arriving from Bangalore, he made a solemn gesture by visiting the homes of victims who tragically lost their lives in wildlife attacks.

Bhupender Yadav extended his condolences to the families of Prajeesh, who fell victim to a tiger attack, as well as Paul and Ajeesh, who were fatally wounded in encounters with elephants. Amidst the grief-stricken atmosphere, the Union Minister took the time to listen to the concerns of the bereaved families and local residents.

Addressing the pressing issue of human-animal conflict, Shri Bhupender Yadav acknowledged the magnitude of the problem in the region. He assured that the government stands committed to providing unwavering support, both politically and administratively, to officials and scientists working towards resolving such challenges.

Highlighting the collaborative efforts between Karnataka and Kerala, Shri Yadav emphasized ongoing discussions with officials from both states to devise effective solutions. Scheduled to meet local administration officials and NGOs on February 22nd, he pledged to provide further updates following the deliberations.

“We are guided by the vision of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, emphasizing the equal importance of environment conservation and safeguarding human lives,” stated Shri Yadav. While expressing compassion towards animals, he stressed the imperative of utilizing modern technology to prevent further loss of human lives.

Shri Bhupender Yadav’s compassionate outreach underscores the government’s commitment to addressing environmental concerns while ensuring the safety and well-being of citizens amidst the challenges posed by human-animal conflict.

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