Leopard in Mhow: Naidunia Representative, Indore. Questions are being raised on the arrangements of the forest department regarding the leopard that broke out of the cage and escaped from the Army War College in Mhow. Senior officials have started investigation in the matter. Initially it has come to light that the cages installed in the military complex are ten years old, which is quite old. dilapidated The situation has reached. The surprising thing is that they were repaired by the rescue team only a year ago. On the other hand, to ensure that this situation does not arise during transportation of wild animals, the officials have now started preparing to buy new cages.
A leopard was seen in the Army War College a month ago. Rescue team at two different places cage Planted. Trap cameras were also placed in front of them, in which the leopard was seen coming near the cage twice, but did not go inside the cage to hunt the goat. After watching the footage the team changed the location of the cages. Ten days later, on Sunday, the leopard came to hunt the goat kept in the cage. After this the gate of the cage closed. After being captured, the leopard kept struggling in the cage for a long time. He broke the net and came out and went towards the forest. After this the rescue team changed the cage.
A few days ago, a leopard was seen passing in front of people’s vehicles in the military area of Mhow.
There is rust in the bars and mesh
The officials saw the condition of the cage. The bars and mesh have rusted at many places. These were built eight to ten years ago. DFO MS Solanki said that as the cages are old, they were repaired some time ago. However, three new cages will be purchased. The process for this has been started.
Team reaches eight districts
The rescue team of Indore Forest Division has the responsibility of saving animals of eight districts. Teams are sent for rescue in Indore, Dhar, Alirajpur, Jhabua, Khandwa, Khargone, Barwah, Burhanpur. The team has five to seven cages, but they are used everywhere during rescues. The cages have been damaged due to transportation. The team had also written a letter to the forest department two years ago to purchase new cages.
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