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In today’s featured cartoon, Satish Acharya takes a dig at the release of eight cheetahs from Namibia in an enclosure at Kunu National Park in Madhya Pradesh. The cheetahs were declared extinct from India in 1952. The cartoonist alludes to the ‘Achhe Din’ (Good Days) that was promised by the BJP leadership to the people.
Alok Nirantar highlights the lack of media coverage and public awareness regarding the death of over 67,000 cows across India from Lumpy Skin Disease vis-à-vis the spotlight on the re-introduction of the cheetah in the country.
E. P. Unny draws on the space occupied by the Bharatiya Janata Party on welcoming cheetahs from Namibia as well as politicians switching allegiance in various states — the latest being from Goa where eight of the total 11 Congress MLAs joined the ruling party.
Nala Ponnappa refers to the trouble the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) and the people are in because of encroachments on storm water drains, which turned the waterlogging into a major crisis in Karnataka capital.