The Terai landscape in Uttarakhand stretching from Yamuna to Sharda river currently has about 200+ tigers with Corbett as the main source.
The Bandipur-Nagarhole landscape is part of the crucial Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.
West Bengal is the home of the famous Sundarbans National Park.
Besides having the largest populations of the one-horned rhino, Kaziranga enjoys the distinction of supporting the highest density of tigers in the world.
MP had the highest number of tigers in India - at about 300 - according to the last estimation.
Maharashtra has over 100 tigers across its 6 tiger reserves.
Principal communication to Chief Ministers
Protecting the tiger, our national animal, and its forests, is crucial to the water, food and economic security of the state. These forests are life-saving infrastructures which will save lives, and livelihoods as climate change moves into higher gear.
Enhancing protection for these forests not only consolidates the ecological and economic foundation of the state, but would also prevents insurrectionists and terrorists, who are in league with the illegal timber and wildlife trade, from stealing forest wealth, which they are using to buy arms and ammunition and to sustain their cadres engaged in anti-national activities.
It is possible to offer guaranteed employment to all adults living in communities immediately surrounding tiger forests.