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‘My organisation wants to conserve rare wild animal species in C’garh’

| | RAIPUR | in Raipur

England Batsman Kevin Pieterson on Monday said that his organisation titled ‘Saroi’ wants to work for safety and conservation of rare wildlife animal species in Chhattisgarh.

The cricketer had called on Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh at his officials residence in Raipur.

He informed Chief Minister that he has formed an organization named 'Saroi' for safety and conservation of rare and extinct wild animals.

Pieterson said that he came to know about the rare wild buffalo and Hill Mynah of Chhattisgarh.

Notably the Cricketer had already adopted an orphaned cub of a Leopard at the Jungle Safari in Naya Raipur.

He said that his organisation wants to help in safety and conservation of these rare species.

The Chief Minister appreciated the efforts being made by Pieterson’s  organization for cause of conserving the rare wild species and birds.

Singh provided more details about wild buffalo and Hill Mynah of Chhattisgarh.

The Chief Minister said that wild buffalo of Chhattisgarh is among extremely rare species. It is the State Animal of Chhattisgarh. Wild buffaloes are left few in numbers in Chhattisgarh.

Likewise, Hill Mynah is also an extremely rare species which has been declared as ‘State Bird’ , he said.

Pieterson added that this bird can mimic the human voice.

The Chief Minister also informed Pieterson about the efforts being made for safety and conservation of wild buffalo and Hill Myna.

Singh informed the Cricketer about Jungle Safari developed in Naya Raipur and invited him for a visit there.

On invitation of Chief Minister, Pieterson later visited Jungle Safari and praised the measures taken by State Government for safety and conservation of rare wild species.

In the meeting earlier with the Chief Minister, Pieterson gifted a cap of 'Saroi' and a cricket bad to him.




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