The Asia’s largest man-made ‘Jungle Safari’ is located in which state of India?

The Asia’s largest man-made ‘Jungle Safari’ is located in which state of India?
[A]Madhya Pradesh
[B]Chhattisgarh
[C]Rajasthan
[D]Uttar Pradesh

Chhattisgarh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently inaugurated Asia’s largest man-made “Jungle Safari” at Naya Raipur in Chhattisgarh. It is nearly 800-acre Nandanvan Zoo and Safari. The Jungle Safari has been divided into 8 zones viz. Monument zone, Parking zone, Administrative zone, Water zone, Waiting zone, Zoo zone, Safari zone, Management zone. It will have wild animals moving freely in natural surroundings. The eco-friendly vehicles would take the visitors around to have the enchanting glimpses of wild-life and nature’s beauty. The Jungle Safari would accommodate around 10,000 visitors every day. There would be safaris for tigers, lions, bears and other wild animals. The area would also have separate zones for the carnivorous and herbivorous animals in the Safari.

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