Poachers targeted hyena: cut claws and buried near the drain, forest department took two into custody, inquiry continues

Mosiv Tadvi, Burhanpur. A case of hunting wild animal hyena has come from Nepanagar area of ​​Burhanpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Forest staff and dog squad reached the spot as soon as the victim was informed. After inspecting the spot, two people have been rounded up for questioning. The forest staff is engaged in the investigation of the matter.

The whole case pertains to room number-265 adjacent to Bakdi village of Navara forest range of Nepanagar area, where hunters have hunted hyenas. After the hunt, the hyena’s claws were cut off and buried in the soil. On getting information about this, the Forest Department team along with the dog squad reached the spot. After which the remains were recovered by digging at the burial place and sent it for investigation.

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In the case, the forest officer told that after hunting the hyena, some part of it was buried near the drain. It’s been a day or two since hunting. Two people have been rounded up for questioning on the basis of suspicion. Further action is being taken by registering a forest case.

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