The NTCA seeks to monitor hunting abilities and adaptations in place of revoking the order for the Cheetah Task Force.

The ministry of environment, forest, and climate change has established a task force to monitor cheetah occurrence in Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh . The Health Status of Cheetah will be monitored by this body .

BHOPAL, April 8: NTCA issued a new order on Friday regarding the formation of the special Cheetah Task Force (CTF), despite outrage among a group of IFS officers over the previous order.This force's primary function will be to monitor hunting skills and adaptation of Cheetahs to the Kuno National Park habitat.The ministry of environment, forest, and climate change has established a task force to monitor cheetah occurrence in Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh, and other designated areas.The Health Status of Cheetah will be monitored by this body, maintenance of the quarantine & soft release enclosures, the overall security status of the entire area, compliance with the established protocols by forest & veterinary specialists, and information on Cheetah's entry into India from the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department and the NTCA regarding health, behaviour, and maintenance.

Lastly, the members of this task force will be expected to monitor the release of cheetah from quarantine bomas to soft release enclosures and then to grassland and open forest areas.Decide on the necessity of converting the cheetah habitat to eco-tourism and develop rules in this area, suggest and advise on the construction of tourism infrastructure in the fringe areas of Kuno National Park and other Protected Areas.The task force has also been given the opportunity to work withcheetah mitras and local communities to improve their awareness and, as well as, their involvement in the welfare of cheetahs in general.The National Telecommunications Authority (NTCA) will assist in the planning and will provide all assistance needed.

The Task Force consists of the following people: Primate Secretary (Forests) Principal Secretary (Tourism) Principal chief conservator of forests & leader of the forest force Principal chief conservator of forests (wildlife) & chief Wildlife warden Alok Kumar, NTCA inspector general, New Delhi Dr. Vishnu Priya, member MP, Bhopal Subhoranjan Sen, APCCF- Wildlife member convener.