Crowds might be a reason of worry, as the officials are going to charge ten fold entry fee from October 1 to control the number of vistors. To add to their worries, many young couples visit the park not for bird spotting, but getting some private moments. “We did this to control unwanted visitors to the park who disturb the beauty of sanctuary and come here for picnic," Mr Sharma told this citizen journalist .
The entry fee would be same for both locals and foreigners, but some people have questioned the hike. “Paying Rs 5 was affordable for students we took to the sanctuary, but spending Rs 50 is too huge for them,” said Rajesh Kumar, who works in a local school management.
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