PM Narendra Modi launches Project Cheetah at Kuno National Park - See first glimpse of majestic cats here

Prime Minister Narendra Modi releases the cheetahs brought from Namibia at their new home, Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Eight cheetahs from Namibia arrived in India today as part of a programme to reintroduce the feline seven decades after it was declared extinct in India.

PM Modi lands at the Indian Air Force Station in Gwalior

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PM Modi lands at the Indian Air Force Station in Gwalior

Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands at the Indian Air Force Station in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh to release the eight Cheetahs into Kuno National Park and will also participate in a self-help group programme in Sheopur.

Flight that carried the 8 cheetahs from Namibia

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Flight that carried the 8 cheetahs from Namibia

This is the flight that carried the 8 cheetahs from Namibia to their new home, Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh

 

Cheetahs in special chartered cargo flight that landed in Gwalior

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Cheetahs in special chartered cargo flight that landed in Gwalior

This is the picture of wooden boxes carrying Cheetahs in special chartered cargo flight that landed in Gwalior.

Arrival of Wooden boxes carrying Cheetahs

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Arrival of Wooden boxes carrying Cheetahs

Wooden boxes carrying Cheetahs being taken to Kuno National Park

Arrival of Cheetahs in Madhya Pradesh

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Arrival of Cheetahs in Madhya Pradesh

Arrival of Cheetahs in Madhya Pradesh. They were brought in wooden boxes

 

PM Modi releasing the Cheetahs

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PM Modi releasing the Cheetahs

In this picture Prime Minister Narendra Modi can be seen releasing the Cheetahs by operating a lever.

Cheetah after been released by PM Modi

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Cheetah after been released by PM Modi

Picture of one of the eight Cheetahs after been released by PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi clicking pictures of Cheetahs

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PM Narendra Modi clicking pictures of Cheetahs

PM Narendra Modi clicking pictures of Cheetahs after he released them.

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