Assam: Jonai’s Kobu Chapori Transforms into Wildlife Paradise as Wild Horses Roam Freely Post Eviction

Guwahati, 20th November: A picturesque scene unfolds in Jonai’s Kobu Chapori as wild horses roam freely across 60 hectares of reclaimed land, cleared of encroachment in a recent state-led eviction drive. The area, once illegally occupied by settlers, has undergone a remarkable transformation, now serving as a sanctuary for wildlife.

Following the eviction of illegal settlers, the land has been restored to its natural state, providing a secure haven for wild horses, migratory birds, and various other wildlife. Residents and nature enthusiasts alike are delighted to witness these animals moving about without the threat of human interference, marking a triumphant return of the area to its untamed, natural beauty.

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