Man Arrested After Six Years of Hunt Who Killed Bear to Eat Their Penis

News update, Madhya Pradesh Bhopal:

Man arrested after six years of hunt who killed bear to eat their penis
Man arrested after six years of hunt who killed bear to eat their penis

In a bizarre, Madhya Pradesh Special Task Force for Wildlife has nabbed one of the most wanted tiger poachers Luzalen alias Jasrat. Jasrat obsessed for killing bears to eat their penises had kept him on the wanted list in several states. The STF MP said that with his arrest the mystery of poaching tigress T13 has been also resolved. Yarlen accepted in front of SIT that she died at his hands.

Police was hunting for this man for the past 6 years. He was nabbed with three fake voter and aadhar cards.  When police interrogated that accused strongly he confessed that he become poacher at the age of 15 and has killed several tigers, sloth beers, hundreds of wild boars and peacocks. He has good understanding with the local villagers’ o that they did not nose around. He would hunt wild boars and gift it to them to buy their silence.

Yarlen use to supply the reproductive organs and gall bladders of male sloth beers to international market as apprehended the police while his connection is under examination. He is also being questioned over two bear kills near the buffer zone of Kanha Tiger Reserve and several others in Chhindwara, Betul and Burhan and Burhanpur in 2014.

Most probable the mystery of killing Tigress T13 has been resolved with his arrest as Yarlen has admitted in front of STF he killed Tigress T13 in Pench National Park. Her skin was found in Nepal. T13’s disappearance had sparked a furore across the country. She was last camera-trapped with its cubs in Raikassa area of Pench on February 28, 2012. Now with the arrest of Yarlen will strengthen India’s case for further examination so that it could moral down if anyone thinking of wildlife poaching.

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Dedicated Rescue Team of Pench National Park in Seoni Caught Tiger After Hours of Rescue Operation

Madhya Pradesh/ Pench National Park/ News Update: A resident team of the Pench National Park has caught tiger on Thursday in a parade of panic in Panjarpani village of Kurai range of south Banyan in Seoni district. After two hours of continuous rescue operation from revenues in the Parasapani jungle, they got success in catching the tiger after trunculating the big cat. The tiger has been sent to Mukundpur Zoo of Rewa. Villagers living in panic on the tiger’s arrest have breathed a sigh of relief.

Forest department officials said the tiger was unhealthy. That is why he was roaming around the village and he was not able to hunt. He had injured two persons by attacking on June 4th. Officials say that there is another tiger in the area whose information is being taken and we are trying hard.

Kurai Wildlife Officer Basant Barkade said that the rescue team of the Pench National Park arrived at Parasapani at 5 am on Thursday morning. Around 6.30 am, the rescue was started to catch the tiger. The location of the tiger was detected with the help of three elephants.

The tiger was located near the Parasapani village well made near the sugarcane crop. After getting the location of the tiger at 8.30 pm; Dr Akhilesh Mishra of Pench National Park tranquilized the tiger, as reported. After testing the tiger, he has been sent to Mukundpur Zoo.