Madhya Pradesh to receive 15 Assam Elephants Share According to reports, the Assam government consented to Madhya Pradesh handing over at most 15 elephants. According to reports, officials from Madhya Pradesh’s forest department visited Assam two times over this matter. Assam will host another team of forest officers from Madhya Pradesh to perform health checkups on elephants. Other formalities of bringing them will also be completed during this visit, chief wildlife warden of Madhya Pradesh – JS Chauhan was reported to be saying by The Free Press Journal. You can also read: Assam’s Jamuna Boro enters final of Elorda Cup in Kazakhstan Process of bringing elephants in Madhya Pradesh from Assam started in 2012 to monitor tigers in Madhya Pradesh’s tiger reserves and national parks. See alsoNewsGujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani is released on bail in case over "Negative" Post to PM During these nine years, the forest officers made approximately nine trips to Madhya Pradesh to transport elephants. The Assam government is now allowing 15 elephants.