The Tiger Task Force is a task force set up by the Prime Minister of India to strengthen the conservation of Tigers in the country.
It was set up in 2005 following the open exposure by the media on the sudden disappearance of the tigers from the Sariska Wildlife Reserve.
- Some of the initiatives of the Tiger Task Force are as follows:
- To look into the various problems of tiger conservation and suggest methods for its improvement.
- Limit the poaching of tigers and all the illegal practices followed in the wildlife sanctuaries.
- To improve the method of counting and forecasting the tigers
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