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Local stakeholders pledge to protect and preserve Intangki National Park

by In-house Editor

Villages surrounding Nagaland’s Intangki National Park (INP) have pledged to protect this vital natural reserve. In a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with the Department of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change, the villages committed to conservation efforts. They agreed to ban destructive activities, including hunting, collaborate in managing INP, share information, and support eco-development initiatives. This landmark agreement aims to raise awareness about biodiversity preservation and promote wildlife tourism. Officials hailed it as the first shared responsibility between local stakeholders and the government to safeguard INP. The elephant population in Nagaland is estimated at over 440, with a significant portion residing in INP.

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