The Nepal Army has begun a special action to control the poaching of wildlife in the Chitwan National Park .
The Central Division of the NA said a special force of 200 army personnel had come from the Headquarters for the action.
According to Division Head Sundar Pudasaini, the manpower was now under training. It is the time the poaching is upped, so the special force was being mobilised, he said, adding various battalion and companies would also follow the special force.
The special action would remain watchful of the illegal activities on entry points. The special force equipped with ultra modern technology would continue till coming June.
The patrol would also be conducted from vehicles and by helicopter.
There are 503 rhinoceros and 125 spotted tigers in the Chitwan National Park now.