Dhamtari

The house was kept in the private ZOO, raided dragon, jackal, many wild animals including deer

The house was kept in the private ZOO, raided dragon, jackal, many wild animals including deer

A village in Chhattisgarh's Dhamtari district had kept a private pig in his house. The team of forest department raided the rural house and was surprised to see the animals.

In the Ratwa village 30 km away from the city of Dhamtari, the forest department team raided and recovered many wild animals from the house of the villagers. Among them, there are 2 children of deer kotari, 2 jackal, 2 dragon and 6 parrots.

This person named Hansraj Dev had placed large cages in his enclosure and kept them. In the inquiry, Hansraj claimed that he operates the private zoo. He also showed the documents of the zoo operating under the name of Wildlife Conservation and Environmental Protection Committee Village Ratwa. Also talk about the treatment of sick animals. The forest department has left it after the interrogation. Some documents have been seized, which is under investigation. After the investigation report arrives, further action will be taken. Birgudi Ranger Goldingh Sory told that two years ago, a large number of wild animals were seized from him.

Under the Wildlife Protection Act, any wild animal can be imprisoned or killed, it can be a punishment of two to seven years. According to the Wild Life Act of 1991, lions, cheetahs, bears, deer, kotari and snakes are kept in Schedule 1. That is their name in the list of the most important wild beings. No such institution or person can keep such wild beings in their possession. This is the law of filing a case directly in the court by arresting and arresting it.

According to forest department officials, no private person or institution can make personal zoo. State governments also have to get permission to open the JuD from Central Jyothi Authority. The Central Zoo Authority has made many stringent rules. Only after fulfilling those rules are the governments allowed to open X.

DFO Amitabh Vajpayee told that the informant informs that Hansraj Dev of Ratwa has kept the wild beings in captivity in captivity. At 7 a.m. the team of forest department reached the spot. In the cage kept in the yard, there were jackal, kotari and parrot captures. A dragon was also kept in a sack.




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