Tech to address human-wildlife conflict unveiled during ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ prog

ZEMITHANG, Sep 10: Technology that can be adopted to address human-wildlife conflict was presented by officials of the WWF-India during the third Sarkar aapke dwar programme, which was held here in Tawang district on Monday.
The presentation was made by WWF-India landscape coordinator Kamal Medhi, in view of the problems being faced by the farmers of the district due to crop raiding by animals, reports DIPRO.
A kilometre-long solar electric fence has already been erected in Lumpo village in Zemithang circle as a human-wildlife conflict mitigation measure by the WWF-India, after consulting with the village leaders, the panchayat, and the management committee of the community conserved area.
Officials of various departments headed by DC Sang Phuntsok set up a camp at the sports club here to provide various government services to the people. A huge number of people thronged the venue and availed the services, the report said.