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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was briefed about the formation of Young CREW for Tigers and the involvement of students to meet the objective of building conservation awareness. Photo shows Lalit Shastri, President CREW briefing the Chief Minister
School students in Bhopal are coming under the umbrella of Young CREW for Tigers, which is part of the Conservation Awareness Programme launched by CREW, a not-for-profit organisation.
CREW is spearheading a dynamic Conservation Awareness Programme aimed at building a movement for tiger protection and wildlife conservation with the involvement of young students.
It was an important milestone in this direction when a team of Young CREW for Tigers met Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in his official chamber in the State Assembly on March 12, 2013 and briefed him about their activities.
The children used that occasion as an opportunity to present to the Chief Minister an glossy booklet on Pench Tiger Reserve titled "Glory that is Mowgliland", published by CREW.
Carrying forward CREW's partnership with Sanctuary Asia and its Kids for Tigers programme, CREW's young brigade also presented to the Chief Minister a poster of the Kids for Tigers programme".
During this meeting, the Chief Minister had blessed the students emphasising the importance of conservation and sustainable approach towards life. He had also conveyed his best wishes for the success of the Young CREW for Tigers initiative.