Mumbai: The “Banrani” toy train, a major tourist attraction at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (National Park) in Borivali, will reopen. Also, actress Raveena Tandon has been appointed as the wildlife goodwill ambassador of the state. This information was given by the state forest minister Sudhir Mungantiwar. Forest Minister Sudhir inaugurated the Taxidermy Centre, Wildlife Hospital and Cat Orientation Center at Mungantiwar National Park.
The ‘Bonrani’ toy train that used to run in Borivali National Park, which was enjoyed not only by children but also by people from all walks of life, has since been discontinued. Mungantiwar said the country’s best train will be brought to this park during the Amrut Mohotsav celebrations of the country’s independence. He said, the train is the center of attraction for children as well as everyone in the park. This train also serves to bond families and bring smiles to their faces.
Raveena Tandon State Govt Wildlife Virtue
Mentioning tea for Tandon, tigers and trees, Forest Minister Mungantiwar said actress Raveena Tandon will act as the state government’s wildlife goodwill ambassador. It will help in conservation and promotion of wildlife. He said that just as Raveena Tandon is known for her powerful performances, Maharashtra is also known for Byghas and plantations. As the Forest Minister, we have initiated projects to increase the number of tigers from 190 to 312 in the state and to plant 50 crore trees. Mungantiwar also said that in the same way that development models are developed for cities, the forest conservation and promotion will be drafted through the forest department.
His presence in the program
Former Executive Director of United Nations Environment Program Eric Solem, MP Gopal Shetty, MLA Praveen Darekar, actress Raveena Tandon as well as Principal Secretary of Forest Department B. Venugopal Reddy, Additional Chief Chief Conservator of Forests Virendra Tiwari, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Chief of Forest Force. Y. ale P. Rao, Chief Principal Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Sunil Limaye, Conservator of Forests and Director of Sanjay Gandhi National Park G. Mallikarjuna, Professor Haripriya and others were present.