Gurugram, Might 31
The wildlife workforce nabbed two hen hunters from the DLF Part-Three space. The Wildlife Division imposed a advantageous of Rs 6,000 on the hunters and launched them after giving a warning.
The division seized the carcass of owls and pigeons and buried them at a secure place. Wildlife Division Inspector Rajesh Chahal stated on Sunday night, he was knowledgeable by Bhaichara group president Bhola Gujjar that two youth had hunted owls and pigeons within the F block of DLF Part-3. As quickly as the data was obtained, a particular workforce was despatched to the spot to analyze the matter. The workforce caught each the youths who have been from Jharkhand. The youths throughout interrogation confessed searching of birds and stated they’d finished so to eat these. “Within the Wildlife Act there’s a provision for registering a case in such an offense and imposing a advantageous. The youths agreed to pay the advantageous. In such a state of affairs, they have been fined Rs 6,000 and have been launched after a strict warning”,stated the inspector.