Know Assam, India achieves a new record for 0 Rhino Poaching in 45 years! In today’s amazing news: Assam, a state in northeastern India, has broken the previous record of zero poaching incidents 

Since 1977, there has been no rhino poaching in this national park. The Brahmaputra River floodplains in Assam are home to Kaziranga National Park (KNP) 

the world’s largest one-horned rhino habitat and a popular tourist destination. On Sunday 1st Jan 2023 CM Himanta Biswa Sarma informed the public of this good news while speaking with reporters.

Data showing that there were no rhino poaching incidents reported in Assam in 2022 was also released on Twitter by GP Singh 

In order to succeed in this Zero rhino poaching operation, a special task team led by GP Singh was established in 2021. 

To monitor poachers, numerous armed commandos had also been stationed in rhino areas.In Assam, any activities of poachers would also be tracked with the aid of drone

Since the task force was established, four poachers have been slain and 58 others have been detained, according to an article in the Deccan Herald report. 

The squad also included MK Yadava, the head wildlife warden. It was established to organize the mission-related actions of the two departments. 

The primary benefit, according to Yadava, is that they can use the input from both divisions to help find and prevent poaching activity.