The Maharashtra forest department has constituted an eleven member technical study group to suggest proposed management intervention measures on keeping control on tiger population and reduce man-animal conflict in Chandrapur district. This study group is experts in wildlife management, tiger monitoring, issues of livelihood of local population, social and economic issues.
A meeting of study group was organized through video-conferencing, during the meeting it was decided that opinions of people and NGOs about wildlife/forest protection and conservation to suggest measures to reduce man â€“animal conflicts. The member secretary of the study group Kulraj Singh said that people in Chandrapur district and NGOs working for protection and conservation of wildlife and forest should send their opinions and suggestions regarding this matter. The committee also issued an email id (firstname.lastname@example.org) for suggestions from general public and
people can send their suggestions till October 31.