New DELHI – Wind & # 39; Man-eating dining & # 39; who has been conducting raid in central India, has been captured many times, and is believed to have killed 13 people who were eventually shot dead Friday, authorities say.
A plane, given the name T-1 of the militant groups in India, has been released for months in major military operations in the central Maharashtra state, with one point included in the gunmen on an ivory.
Wildlife activists attempted to save their lives, claiming that villagers living in the territories terrorized by the T-1 terrorists and wanted to die. The disagreement reached the Supreme Court of India, which ruled that the dreams would try to apologize – but if this is possible, then kill it.
That is exactly what happened, according to a statement issued Saturday released by the Maharashtra Department of Land. The statement said the tube, after being hit by a gunman, was charged with driving and shooting.
During the assassination attempt, which lasted more than two years, T-1 seemed to be special. Every time animal preservatives are approached, it has been found in the missing leaves. It has recently doubled, which has made its arrests even worse and worse.
The operation carried out by the Indian authorities in the past few months has involved the number of animals in the animal, police officers, many senses, jeeps, bulldozers (to wipe out bush) and five elephants, with the number of candles laid on their back. (Maroodi later returned from the hunt, after one of them killed one.) Hunters tried to storm the storm men
The process has been struggling with fierce fighting, not to mention the grass, the lawn plants that are produced at the end of windy season, which is the best in hiding.
The other problem faced was interdependence between the two main factions and the government's one-on-one and one of Nawab Shafat Ali Khan, a member of some government officials.
Veterinarians and Mr. Khan blames each other for trying to catch them. In mid-September, Mr Khan left the huff, but he returned after the elephants left.
This is what happened on Friday, according to the forest sector:
About 6:45 p.m., people traveling to Borati village called the 'forest manager' to tell them they had seen the brain around the road. Three members of the staff and Asghar Ali Khan, the son of Mr. Khan, who is not in the area on Friday, welcomed himself with a car.
Later in the evening, when they were able to identify the T-1, one member of the group struck her daughter, according to the statement.
T-1 is back, and then taken to the car. Asakar Ali Khan, "a step towards defending self-defense," Asakar Ali Khan fired his gun and fired on 30 miles.
"The corpse died," the statement said. Her body was taken to Nagpur, a major town near the postmortem site.
Asghar Ali Khan has not received any comment.
Jerryl Banait, an activist working for the application of the Supreme Court case, said taleefankani not to follow suit, and Asakar Ali Khan is not allowed to shoot to shoot. "This is a murderous killing," he said.
The first victim of the T-1 was killed in 2016 – a woman with a large cotton ball in the cotton pad, a long-standing sign of cotton. The latter was a farmer, his left leg was completely cut.
The killings have continued for more than two years, triggering panic. In mid-August, Vaghuji Kanadhari Raut, the herd cows, were found near the rural road.
Why was he particularly frightened of this attack? Mr Raut stood in the middle of a robe in his neck when he lowered his neck. None of their items have touched you. It is believed that he has 12 victims.
Based on DNA investigations, remote cameras, large cameras and rifles, the victims were at least 13 T-1, who were believed to be 5 years old. They destroy them and say, 'The meat of the meat of several people killed them, and the detainees say it clearly produces the taste of the people, against them being killed because they feel threatened.
It is unusual that only one emotional attack has hit many people, and that's why the missionaries prove that they are a man who is working on a full truck. Initially, young men in remote villages – alert temperatures, originally – took over the gun and grenade hopes to get it.
Mujahideen Mujahideen can cover things outside Kipling's story. But in fact it is a real problem – growing – the problems today in India.
The country's efforts to protect animals, in the same way, are the victim's success. India Many people are at risk of being Somali. Closure monitoring, new technology and wildlife legislation have caused a significant increase in the number of shipment, from 1,411 in 2006 to 2,500 today. But the increase has led to an escalating dispute.
India and its economies are rapidly growing, fully complementing the rural areas of the country, the roads, and the cities of the toilet. Many cars are now outdoors.
They leak their private restrictions, roaming along highways and tires by farmers who are looking for land, friends and nature (such as antelope, wild wildlife, clay mugs and, yes, sometimes people).
T-1 has never lived in a wider range of holes; 30 percent of India's population is not. It stressed that a land area of approximately 60 square miles is located close to the busy park near the city of Pandhaven. Even if they live, according to officials, T-1 can never be repatriated in the wild.