Case Study: AMAR SING DEKA

Amar sing has dedicated more than 25 years of forest service in Kaziranga Tiger Reserve. Known for his fearless attitude and nature, Amar joined as a Home Guard in Kaziranga National Park in the late 1990s. During the same time, he was also fatally attacked by a Wild Bualo while on duty. After recovering from the accident, Amar joined the department as a worker on protection duty to combat poaching activities inside the Park. Today, as a Forest Guard in Western Range, Bagori under Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, Amar continues to serve the forests and its wild animals, to protect it with the same zeal as he had begun in the 1990s. His immense commitment towards protecting the park makes him an invaluable asset.

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