Cheetah's return has inspired new energy, according to PM Modi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a new enthusiasm has returned to the region after the homecoming of Cheetah in Madhya Pradesh a few days ago . India is also a rapidly developing nation and is actively improving its ecosystem, according to him .

New Delhi, September 23: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that a new enthusiasm has returned to the region after the homecoming of Cheetah in Madhya Pradesh a few days ago, adding that India is also a rapidly developing nation and is constantly improving its ecology.Modi said that our forest cover has increased and that the area of wetlands has also increased.The new India is adapting to new thinking and approaches.India is also a rapidly developing nation and is actively improving its ecosystem, according to him.Talking about the environment, he stated that India had set a target of net zero emissions by the year 2070.

To accomplish all of these goals, the responsibility of every state's environment ministry is critical, he said.I would urge all environment ministers to promote a circular economy as much as possible in the states, he said.Modi said that this would also help our drive for solid waste reduction and the elimination of single-use plastic, and that the Prime Minister's initiative of project Cheetah in Kuno National Park will also result in greater employment opportunities for the local community through eco-development and ecotourism initiatives, according to the Prime Minister.In 1952, the cheetah was declared extinct in India, and the proceeds of the release were brought into the United States by a MoU signed earlier this year.