Addressing mankind a great deal of levels, the updates on harming of three tigers in Maharashtra broke a ton of hearts. Reports affirmed that a tigress and its two offspring were discovered dead in Brahmapuri division of Maharashtra, in what is accepted to be an instance of harming.
The three bodies were recuperated from almost a channel in Metepur town under the Chimur woodland scope of Chandrapur region on Monday. The tiger fledglings are said to be around a year old.
“A tigress and two of her cubs, aged between eight to nine months, were found dead. The people of the village informed the forest department about them lying in the dead state. A spotted deer was also found near the site of the incident, whose two legs were broken,” Yuvraj Musarkar, an inhabitant said.
Amod Gorkar, a Forest Department authority stated, “Three tigers of Chandrapur in Maharashtra have died in suspicious circumstances. It includes a tigress and two of its young ones. Forest department officials arrived at the spot as soon as the people informed us.”
A day after this news, entertainer Randeep Hooda, who has on numerous occasions bent over as a social and untamed life extremist took to Twitter to pose some significant inquiries. Randeep Hooda is no not exactly a genuine superhuman whose demonstrations of benevolence is contributing in a major manner to make the world a superior spot.
In his tweets, he obviously referenced that because of these occurrences, all we need is a safe and genuine answer for secure untamed life.
In arrangement of tweets, he composed:
3 tigers (mother and 2 cubs) have been found dead near Chimur in #Tadoba landscape #Maharashtra looks like a case of poisoning .. can this be investigated and the guilty be punished ?? @SMungantiwar @MahaForest @moefcc @PrakashJavdekar ?? pic.twitter.com/HIHr5LGsHe— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) 8 July 2019
Grateful?? that case is being investigated and a farmer in the area has confessed to poisoning the carcass of a calf consumed by family of #Tigers is in custody..not the first case of retaliatory killing..punishment? Long term ground level solution? https://t.co/gpqaKPWL1a https://t.co/YygV4fxtOb— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) 9 July 2019
Strict punishment is required as a deterrent but we must understand the plight of those living with these large carnivores..when your livelihood & loved ones fall prey or your freedom to go about your day is restricted.Lets address the problem at hand, lets not demonise anyone?— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) 9 July 2019
Long term empathetic solutions required..often Tiger is labelled as the property of the forest department..a sense of pride and ownership required..neither the colonial approach of conservation in English nor local shortsightedness works @PrakashJavdekar @narendramodi @PMOIndia??— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) 9 July 2019
Only a couple of days prior, Randeep Hooda had additionally spoke to PM Modi for assistance after Lady Forest Officer who was pounded in Telangana.