- In Gujarat, people made cow’s lion morsel for video
- Video goes viral on social media, forest department starts investigation
new Delhi. While the government has carried out several campaigns to protect all the unruly including the cow, some people have not missed sacrificing these domesticated and wild animals for their mourning. A similar incident has emerged from the Gir sanctuary in Gujarat. A video of the sanctuary is going viral on social media. In this video, a lion hunts cow is seen hunting a live cow. The shocking thing in this is that some people present there are enjoying capturing him in the camera of his phone after enjoying the whole incident.
A cow tied with a rope
In the video, these people are seen enjoying a live and helpless cow in front of them. Not only this, it is clearly visible in the video that these people kept the cow tied for the lion for their enjoyment. According to a media report, this video is being told of Kodinar in Gujarat and some place between them. In the video, the cow is seen clearly tied with a rope. Then a lion breaks through the bushes on the cow. At the same time, many people standing at a distance are seen making videos of this incident with fun. While on the video, his bike is also seen standing at a distance. Whose seeing it seems that these people came from outside to see lion prey.
The lion was kept hungry for many days
According to the media report, the video department of the incident has started investigating the virus due to the virus. On the video, the forest department officials say that the incident seems to be an illegal show, behind which a huge amount of money appears. At the same time, some people believe that the preparation of the show was going on for several days, due to which the lion was kept hungry.
Disheartening to see people illegally taking videos of Lion hunting in #Gir to get cheap publicity on social media. This is totally against the spirit of #Lion conservation. I hope the guilty are apprehended & punished.@GujForestDept @Ganpatsinhv @moefcc pic.twitter.com/GREFzjGwNw
– Parimal Nathwani (@mpparimal) October 15, 2020