Prime Minister Narendra Modi responsible for GIB end life in Gujarat

The only male was missing for 6 months, there are 6 female survivors who cannot give birth to a baby

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani is not ready to move power lines, but only to bring brides from Rajasthan

The bird collides with Sujalon and Gujarat government’s electricity company wire and collects death, but the BJP government cannot tell the company to move the wire.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made big talk at the 13th Conference of Parties for Protecting Birds and Animals in Gandhinagar’s Convention on the Protection of Migratory Breeds (CMS), but did not say anything about Gujarat’s extinct bird being annihilated in 4 years. Modi has not kept the promises made in Gujarat. His successors, Patel and Rupani, will also be responsible for the destruction of this party.

Gandhinagar, 18 February 2020

There is good news for partisans in the state. The Ministry of Environment and Forests plans to ask the Rajasthan government to give the state a male Great Indian Bastard (GIB) to ensure that species survival. There are currently no male GIBs in Gujarat.

Only found in India and has been put in critical danger.

“The ministry will ask the Rajasthan government to provide male GIBs because we do not have them,” said Soumitra Dasgupta, director general of the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change (MoEF and CC).

The Rajasthan government is refusing to give any of its birds. Because Gujarat does not reduce the amount of electricity wire in the state. Collision with high-voltage power lines is the leading cause of death. Rajasthan has about 175 great Indian bastards left, which is 75% less than 30 years ago. The bird is dying at 15% annually,

Rs. 30 crore has been allocated for GIB project. Moreover, to protect the species from high-tension lines, the Ministry of Power is planting 33 kV lines underground.

The 13th Conference of Parties (COP) on the Convention on the Protection of Migrants (CMS) was launched here on Monday. The bird is likely to be included in the global list of the top 10 migratory species that will enable many countries to protect and conserve this GIB.

Only 6 survived

In Gujarat, there were only six female Great Indian Bastard  birds left in 2019, 11 years after the Great Indian Bastard  bird was 45 in 2007. As Kutch’s daughter, people now recognize 6 Great Indian Bastard a females. Now not a single male has survived. So within a few years Gujarat’s own bird will disappear. Males have been missing for 6 months since December 2018. Either it died from a short circuit in the power line here or it could have been a natural death. Kutch’s daughters The Great Indian Bastard  bird’s descent cannot go any further. After India’s independence, the first bird of Gujarat will disappear.

The Chief Minister spoke at a meeting of the Wildlife Board on July 8, 2019 to bring the Great Indian Bastard  male from Rajasthan to the bride of Kutch. There is no male and for six months the government is not ready to do anything. If not a male, the Great Indian Bastard  bird will be eradicated from Gujarat in 5 years. This bird is found in Gujarat and Rajasthan in India. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka were in the state where they have gone extinct. Now if not saved in Gujarat, the first bird of Gujarat, India’s independence bird, will disappear. For which the present generation will be responsible. For this, power companies, forest department, former Chief Minister Narendra Modi and current Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and 7 forest ministers, 24 secretaries – officials and citizens of Gujarat will be responsible. The IUCN Red List declared it a ‘Endangered Species’ species in 2011. Until 5-7 the bird was found everywhere in Saurashtra and Kutch.

Only one male became extinct

According to forest department sources, the presence of males was last seen on December 1, 2018. His whereabouts have not been found since then. The forest system investigated the sanctuaries and the revenue areas. Kutch ACF Tusar Patel has announced that there may be a migration for food due to scarcity. When it is raining, the crops in the fields are waving. Foods including insects are easily available to these birds. There may not be a current crop of crocodile migrating to find such food.

The male was found not to be tagged for tracking. If it was, I would have got to know where it was. It is feared that Pakistan may have inadvertently crossed the Line of Control from Kutch. Male Great Indian Bastard was not fully grown.

The only male bastard reported missing was now discovered by the forest system forming four teams. Has revealed that the male ghost has not appeared for a long time. Environmentalists question whether the forest system has any record of where and when the male Great Indian Bastard  Was last seen. All this time the play was about to be explored at the end of the species.

Devesh Gadhvi, a member of the IUCN India Chapter and a birdwatcher said, “Not a single male horse has survived in Gujarat. The entire species will be destroyed. Still to be saved. The government has suggested to bring males from Rajasthan. One meeting is done, another is about to happen. The female Great Indian Bastard should also be declared the daughter of Kutch, as the whale fish is declared a beloved daughter. The government can survive even if it wants to. ‘

How is the bird

Gujarat is a beautiful and wonderful bird. The height of the ostrich that looks like an ostrich is about a meter high. This bird, which is calm by nature, is also found in India. Great Indian Bastard  is also called Gudad in Kutch. Says Godwin. Being the heaviest bird in India, it cannot fly. An adult bird weighs between 8 and 18 kilograms, with a small female weight, while the female weighs more.

Due to the white throat and a length of about one meter long, this bird immediately climbs into the grassy plains. The male ghouls are large, tall and have full round bark on the chest. About a meter high, this bird may not fly at all. Lives in a meadow. It does not build nests or lay eggs on trees. Lay eggs directly on the ground. So her eggs can easily be eaten by any animal. The nesting bird lays only one egg a year.

Great Indian Bastard ‘s vision is limited and his flight range is very low. Eat Chani bore, fruit of crabs, seeds grown in crop grown fields.

The grass called Symbopongan is suited to these birds.

The Forest Department has not updated the Forest Department website since 2007 to determine if Great Indian Bastard  was counted and how many Great Indian Bastard s have survived.

Two sanctuaries

2 sq km near Abadasana Nalia in Kutch. Birds live in the Ghansia Plains and 3 square km of Gaga Sanctuary in Jamnagar. For Great Indian Bastard , an expenditure of Rs.1 crore was made in 2015-26.

90% of the range of Great Indian Bustard (GIB) has gone extinct. During the 2007 census there were 48 Great Indian Bustards. Gujarat is the second most populous bird in the world.

Atul Dave, who served as the Great Indian Bastard  Sanctuary’s range officer, has received awards for saving Great Indian Bastard . But the bird cannot be saved. Acting as a watchman, Isa Sumra is fighting to save the bird.

The eggs were saved for three months. Birds such as Hobara Bastard, Laser Florican and Great Indian Bastard are in the sanctuary.

In the 5th, the famous bird of India, Salim Ali suggested to make this bird a ‘national bird’ of India. About 1 in 4 horse birds were in India at that time.

Organic farming to protect Great Indian Bastard

About 30% of Great Indian Bastard ‘s food is farm, pesticides. So pesticides were sprayed in the surrounding fields. Farmers who have taken off natural-organic farming. Just to save Great Indian Bastard . They are charged with beetles, locusts, other insects, grains, small reptiles, etc. In a way, they are good friends of farmers.

Gujarat Department of Forestry has prepared a Great Indian Bustard Breeding Scheme for the Kutch District of Gujarat, MoEFCC, to protect Great Indian Bastard .

What risks?

250 sq km The area wanted to protect them. Even 2 sq. Km. Was announced. So up to 30 villages this bird has to go for food.

They are becoming extinct due to the method of laying eggs on the bird’s ground.

Gujarat government had allotted land for the Ghoraad Sanctuary near Nalia in Abadasa taluka years ago. On this ground, there are insects now growing. The pressure is also coming. From the sanctuary area some village roads pass through, so that there is continuous over-fever.

The eco-sensitive zone also didn’t work. A preliminary notification on declaring an eco-sensitive zone around the Bastard Sanctuary in Kutch is available on the website of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Fire Transformation, Government of India.

What should be done to save?

Great Indian Bastard ‘s captive breeding center was to be set up in Kutch but later allotted to Rajasthan. Not long ago two eggs were collected by the Rajasthan forests for the first captive breeding. The same needs to be done in Kutch.

Tag for tracking

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Dismissal of dogs

A recovery plan was created to save the bird. The Corbett Foundation, in collaboration with the Forest Department, shelled 2 to 3 thousand dogs from 20 villages in Abadasa. Eggs hatched are eaten.

Great Indian Bastard  moved from Bunny in 1975

Great Indian Bastard  is most commonly found in open as well as shrubs and grasslands. In 1975, the Great Indian Bastard  Bani grasslands were the highest proportion in the field. But then the bird shifted from there, with a thick cloud growing in the bunny. From there they settled in the open areas of Lakhpat, Abadasa and Mandvi.

Death from electrical wires and windmills

In Kutch, these birds are becoming extinct due to the use of industries, windmills, pollution and drug use in the fields. The Corbett Foundation, a branch of the Kutch Ecological Research, is doing so to save them.

Great Indian Bastard  birds are rapidly eroding due to lightning. Electric wires and windmills cause many birds to chop and die. Gujarat Energy Corporation Ltd. A large power sub-station has been erected by. Two power lines of 220 kg watts are being passed. Each line has 13 cables. In which the bird is hit and killed. A solar power plant has also been set up nearby. The wiring was not done, though it was decided to wire the ground. As it flies down, it collides with lightning and causes the death. A study by the Wildlife Institute of India says that the death toll due to lightning has increased by 3 percent above normal. It is also alleged that the forest system has lost its sensitivity to this extinct bird. Orders have been issued to lighten the underground yet nothing happens for 3 years. According to the wildlife law of VII, the government should do whatever it takes to protect such organisms. Unfortunately, neither the Gujarat nor the central government does anything.

Electricity Company Responsible

The pride of the Suzlon Company poses a major threat to the Great Indian Bastard  Sanctuary. Suzlon’s open electricity was allowed by setting wires and transmitters. The government was forced to undergo a power line underground in the desert for the Flamingo, but neither government nor company was willing to do so for Ghorrad. Action is required against the company. On 23 October 2017, a government order was made to bar land, but it did not come into force. One of the tagged Great Indian Bastard  power transmission company’s hitting wire died of lightning strike. The State Board for Wildlife has issued several mandates. But the company does not tie up because of politicians.

On October 29, 2017, a short-circuit fire broke out due to the openings of a powerpole and transmitter by the Suzlon Windmill Company in the Samanda village area of ​​Abadasa taluka. The creature was burned and burned. Wildlife, such as deer, rabbits, Tatars, etc. have been severely damaged in the sanctuary area. This area comes to Great Indian Bastard  Sanctuary. The forest department did not take the responsibility of investigating the cause of the fire.

Narendra Modi did not keep his promise

When Narendra Modi arrived in Kutch in August-2013, he mentioned in the speech, “Great Indian Bastard : The unique world of the world is near Kutch, only a few who have survived have to save it”. Even after becoming Prime Minister, he did nothing to save Kutch’s daughter.

Signature campaign

An online campaign has been launched to save. An online petition has been flowing, which has already been signed by more than 3,000 people. Several celebrities, including cricketer Anil Kumble, actress Dia Mirza, have joined the campaign.

Risk against 20 animals in Gujarat

In Gujarat, 20 species of animals and 16 species of plants have been included in the endangered species. It was announced on May 9, 2016, that 20 species of extinct black mahseer, gold mahseer, black and green sea turtles, white bee vulture, large vulture, redheaded vulture, eagle (step eagle), Greater Adjutant-Stork, Great Indian. , Laser floricans, sociable lapwing, spotted green sharks, dripping wild owl bark, karak, blue whale, fin whale and owl.

In Gujarat, the existence of 16 varieties of vegetable chairs, googlies, khakra is in danger.

There are more than 3 bird species in Kutch. There are more than 3 types of herbs. More than 3 species of mammals and more than 3 reptiles are inhabited. (if any misinformation, pl, see Original Gujarati report on this )