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    The issue of tiger conservation has been a contentious one in India, with various stakeholders accusing each other of not doing enough to protect the endangered species. The latest spat has been between the central government and the state of Telangana, with both sides blaming each other for inadequate efforts towards tiger conservation. The central government has accused Telangana of not doing enough to protect tigers, while Telangana has hit back by accusing the central government of not providing enough funds for conservation efforts.

    The central government’s accusations against Telangana stem from a recent report that showed a decline in tiger population in the state. The report, released by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), stated that Telangana had only 26 tigers in 2020, down from 26 in 2018. The report also highlighted the fact that Telangana had not established any new protected areas for tigers in the past decade, despite having suitable habitat for the species. The central government has criticized Telangana for not doing enough to protect tigers and has called for urgent action to be taken to reverse the decline in tiger population.

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    Telangana, on the other hand, has accused the central government of not providing enough funds for tiger conservation efforts. The state government has pointed out that it has been carrying out various conservation activities, such as habitat improvement and anti-poaching measures, but has been hampered by a lack of financial support from the central government. Telangana has also criticized the NTCA’s report, stating that it does not accurately reflect the state’s efforts towards tiger conservation. The state government has called for a more collaborative approach between the central government and state governments to tackle the issue of tiger conservation.

    In conclusion, the blame game between the central government and Telangana over inadequate efforts towards tiger conservation highlights the need for a more coordinated and collaborative approach to protect this endangered species. While it is important for individual states to take responsibility for conservation efforts within their borders, the central government must also provide adequate support and funding to ensure that these efforts are effective. It is only through a joint effort that we can hope to reverse the decline in tiger population and ensure the survival of this magnificent species for generations to come.

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