According to the Union Civil Aviation Minister, Jyotiraditya Scindia, a wildlife corridor connecting Ranthambore to Panna and more to be developed. The idea is to create a wildlife corridor starting from Ranthambore in Rajasthan, covering the national parks of Madhya Pradesh. The proposed corridor will aid in uplifting tourism in the state along with the development activities. Madhav National Park, Kuno-Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Panna Tiger Reserve will be covered in the project.
"There is a plan to make a wildlife corridor connecting Ranthambore (which houses a national park), Kuno-Palpur (Sheopur), the Madhav National Park (Shivpuri) and the Panna Tiger Reserve. This will result in economic and tourism development of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and also MP's Bundelkhand region”, Scindia stated. The Cheetahs from South Africa were planned to get reintroduced in India but due to the coronavirus pandemic, there is a delay in the project. The government also chaired a meeting to review the pandemic situation in the country.
Madhya Pradesh is a Wildlife Hotspot of India with many National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Bridging the gap between Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan is surely going to be a strategic and great move for creating a wholesome Wildlife Travel Experience.