Rajiv Gandhi National Park state

In which state was the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, also a Tiger reserve, renamed as Orang National Park?

  1. Arunachal Pradesh
  2. Sikkim
  3. Meghalaya
  4. Assam

In which state was the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, also a Tiger reserve, renamed as Orang National Park?

Rajiv Gandhi National Park also a tiger reserve and renamed as Orange National Park is situated at Assam state of india.

In which state was the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, also a Tiger reserve, renamed as Orang National Park?

Orang National Park

Covering an area of 79.28 sq km, it was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1985, and a national park in 1999.

Greater one-horned rhinoceros in golden hour, at Orang Tiger Reserve, Assam, India. Orang National Park ( previously Rajiv Gandhi National Park and Tiger Reserve ) is a national park. In India it islocated on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam.

Location: Udalguri and Sonitpur district of Assam, India, Situated about 120 km north-east of Guwahati

Governing bodyGovernment of India, Government of Assam

Why Assam Cabinet decides to rename Rajiv Gandhi National Park as Orang National Park

The Assam cabinet on Wednesday decided to rename Rajiv Gandhi National Park, also a Tiger reserve, as Orang National Park.

“A few days ago, Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma held a meeting. A meeting with the representatives of the Adivasi and tea tribe communities. During the meeting, the Adivasi and tea tribe community people requested the Assam chief minister to rename the national park to honour the Adivasi and tea tribe communities,” government spokesperson and Water Resources Minister Pijush Hazarika said.

“Taking cognizance of the Adivasi and tea tribe community’s demands, the Assam cabinet has decided to rename Rajiv Gandhi National Park as Orang National Park,” Pijush Hazarika added.

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