In Uttarakhand, several agencies have taken joint action and arrested four hand teeth.
Several agencies including Uttarakhand Special Task Force and Wildlife Crime Control Bureau have taken joint action and arrested four ivory smugglers. The cost of ivory found from the accused is said to be one crore rupees.
The Uttarakhand STF is conducting an arrest operation against smugglers involved in the illegal smuggling of organs of wildlife. In this action, a team of Uttarakhand STF is constantly active in the border districts of Uttarakhand in search of illegal traffickers of wild animals and their organs. Meanwhile, it was reported from the informer that international smugglers of four wild animals’ organs in Rudrapur area of Udhamsingh Nagar are trying to smuggle the parts of wild animals.
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On the information, a joint team of STF Kumaon Unit and Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and Forest Division Rudrapur was formed. On the information, the team of Special Task Force and Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and Terai Central Forest Division Rudrapur arrested all the accused under the flyover at Kashipur Road in Rudrapur. A lawsuit has been filed under the sections of the Animal Protection Act. Arrested smugglers, during interrogation, told the team that they had brought ivory from the forest of Rudrapur, the Peepal Peep, in the Central Forest Division. This ivory is about 2 months old, which is worth about one crore rupees in the international market. At the same time, the team is still questioning the smugglers. At the same time, the old history of all smugglers is also being explored. The police will present all the smugglers in the court on Thursday. At the same time, the team of STF and Forest Division has been sent to the forest to investigate the dead elephant, which will take the information of the dead elephant.