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28 caged birds rescued from nine hunters in T Narasipura

Mysuru: Forest department government nabbed 9 hunters in T Narasipura taluk, and rescued 28 grey francolins of their ownership.

Acting on a tip-off, a workforce of officers of the wooded area cell squad raided the ones venues where the Tripura Sundarijathra Mahotsava is being celebrated close to Muguru village in T Narasipura on Thursday night, where they discovered 9 other folks, who had confined the birds in cages and were looking for buyers. Forest department officers stated that none of the ones arrested were citizens of Mysuru district.

Deputy conservator of forests, Mysuru territorial circle KC Prashanth Kumar stated that chicken combating was once no longer a well-liked amusement form in today’s day and age. “People will have to refrain from encouraging hunters, and produce such acts to the attention of the wooded area department. Catching and sale of birds for meat or the sort of functions with out important lets in is a violation of the provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act,” Kumar stated.

He advised NewsTread that the suspects were arraigned in front of a Justice of the Peace in T Narasipura, and were remanded to judicial custody. “The rescued birds had been released into the wild,” he stated.

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