In a bizarre blame game, almost hilarious to that effect has taken place in Tamil nadu. Last sunday, on the occassion of 50 years of Project Tiger, PM Modi visiter Bandipur Tiger forest reserve. In the two hour jungle safari, PM covered about 20 KM. For the trip, the Prime Minister sported camouflage clothing, with a hat. While, during his safari the PM spotted animals, from elephants, nilgai to deers and monkeys, he couldn’t spot any tiger. But now, Madhusudhan, the 29-year-old driver of the vehicle in which the PM travelled, is being blamed, and some BJP leaders and senior forest department officials have demanded that action be taken against him for not choosing a route where tigers could be spotted. However, some forest officials blame PM’s high security for this. These officials stood up for Madhusudhan and said “he did his job”. They claimed he “took the route which was finalised” by the PM’s security staff beforehand. The reserve’s director Ramesh Kumar was quoted as saying that “in the name of high security, vehicles repeatedly went on the selected route, hampering the sightings”.
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