February 9, 2023
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“Didn’t Deviate From Tourism Path”: Raveena Tandon On Viral Tigress Video

After Satpura Tiger Reserve officials opened an investigation into a video that allegedly showed actress Raveena Tandon in a vehicle driving close to a tigress in the protected area, Tandon claimed on Wednesday that she was travelling in a jeep licenced by the forest department and that it didn’t deviate from the designated “tourism path.”

In a tweet, Raveena Tandon, who visited the reserve on November 22, stated that the department provided trained drivers and guides for the safari.The actor shared a local news channel’s video report on November 25 and wrote on Twitter, “#satpuratigerreserve.@News18MP reports. A tiger approaches the deputy rangers’ motorcycle.

“One can never predict when and how tigers will react. It’s the Forest Department licensed vehicle, with their guides and drivers who are trained to know their boundaries and legalities (sic).” According to Ms Tandon, she and fellow passengers sat quiet and watched the tigress move on.

“We were on the tourism path, which mostly these tigers cross. And Katy the tigress in this video as well, is habituated to coming close to vehicles and snarling,” she said.

She added that tigers were “quiet spectators” and that they were “kings of where they roam.”

The actor, 48, continued, “Any unexpected movements can startle them as well.

The safari vehicle was shown getting near to the tigress in the video, which appeared on social media sites. In the video, a tigress in the reserve in Madhya Pradesh’s Narmadapuram area is seen howling at them and camera shutters are heard making noises.

Dheeraj Singh Chouhan, an SDO for the forest, announced on Tuesday that he had launched an investigation into the alleged occurrence after receiving orders from higher-ups. He claimed that Ms. Tandon’s vehicle allegedly came very close to the tigress while she was visiting the area.

The official indicated that the driver of the vehicle and the officers present will each receive a notice and be interrogated. Senior officials will get the investigation findings for future action, he said. On her social media accounts, Ms. Tandon posted pictures from her trip to the Satpura Tiger Reserve. She also shared pictures of tigers that she had taken while visiting the reserve.

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