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Sansar Chand’s brother Narayan convicted to 5 years imprisonment

 


5 May 2011
 
 
Alwar: The Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate II, Alwar has convicted Narayan, brother of notorious illegal wildlife trader Sansar Chand to five years imprisonment today. The case was registered in 2005 and prosecuted by the Rajasthan Forest Department after the Sariska debacle.
 
In this case, Narayan has allegedly admitted to purchasing leopard skins and tiger skins brought from Rajasthan and selling them to Nepali buyers. He has also allegedly revealed the modus operandi of Sansar Chand and his associates in crime.




 

 

 

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