Jaipur: In the first-ever raid at Ranthambore National Park, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Sunday investigated alleged flouting of norms when tourists are taken on tiger safari in the reserve area. Top sources in the ACB said the raid concluded with the agency team discovering that more canters and gypsies were being allowed than permitted on each of the tiger safari routes.
On receiving complaints that more number of tourists are being allowed to enter than permitted and instructions related to tourist routes for tiger safari are being flouted, an ACB team headed by an additional SP rank officer questioned the officials, guides and tourists, checking their ID cards and other documents. Guides and park officials were also quizzed. read more