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Manhunt launched after tiger killing in Chhattisgarh

 

Indo-Asian News Service
Raipur, December 21, 2010

After a headless tiger carcass was found in Kawardha district of Chhattisgarh, state police have formed several squads to arrest the poachers, an official said on Tuesday.

The killing was reported from Amnia village, a forested zone under Kawardha, the home district of Chief Minister Raman Singh. The forest department has suspended two local forest officers and ordered an enquiry.

The forest department has also asked its senior officer Rakesh Chaturvedi to rush to the site, about 300 km from Raipur, to investigate the tiger kiling.




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