Five held with Body Parts, Three killed in Lightning Incidents in Nagpur
Five people have been arrested along with bones, nails and many other parts of the tiger's body in two separate cases in Nagpur city of Maharashtra. A forest official has given all this information on Friday.
Five held with Tiger Body Parts
Nagpur: Five people have been arrested along with bones, nails and many other parts of the tiger’s body in two separate cases in Nagpur city of Maharashtra. A forest official has given all this information on Friday.
Nagpur city DCF Bharat Singh Hada has said that on Thursday morning, raids were conducted at the houses of both Kamal Singh Bhalvi (40) and Rajkumar Markam (29) in Mauja Sitapur and found a tiger nail and three bones of an animal. was allegedly seized and the accused have also been taken into custody.
They have also said that later on Thursday night, acting on a tip-off, three accused were apprehended near Bordeli toll naka on the Chandrapur-Nagpur highway, and about six tigers. The nails and 13 mustaches were confiscated.
He also said that since July 7 this year, around 29 accused have been arrested for smuggling tiger body parts.
No one should do such a thing to any animal because it hurts to kill them too, they also have every right to live on earth as much as we have. Do not kill any such animal
Three killed in Lightning Incidents
Nagpur: Very bad news has been received from Nagpur city of Maharashtra that in the last 24 hours, three people have died due to lightning.
One police officer at Khaparkheda police station has told that in the first incident on Friday afternoon, Tanmay Dahikar (14) and Anuj Kushwaha (20), residents of Chankapur, died due to the lightning on the football field.
The officer of Aroli police station has told that in the second incident on Thursday evening, a woman, whose name is Pushpa Bagde (45),
Died due to lightning at Tarodi village of Mauda tehsil, and While three people have been seriously injured.
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