3 Peacocks that have died
Hassan: Recently there has been a killing of monkeys in the district. As soon as the case was settled, the death of the peacock peacock again. Three peacocks have died in a suspicious manner at a small village of Gandasi village in Arasikere taluk in Hassan district. Three peacocks have died near a ditch near Nanjegowda’s farm.
The locals have informed the Forest Department as to the matter. Forest Department officials who visited the site have inspected the site. Three male peacocks have died suspiciously, and the fear of poisoning and killing peacocks has emerged. Hassan district has the highest number of bird peacocks. Peacocks flock to the land.
Hassan: The turning point in the monkey death case
There has been a major turning point in the case of the apes that have witnessed the declining humanitarian values. The police and forest department officials have cracked down on a case where 39 monkeys were killed and packed into the road. Aruhalli police have arrested five accused in connection with the case and are continuing their investigation.
Yashodha and Ramu have been arrested by police after they captured Prasanna, Rudregauda, driver Manju and monkeys in Ugane village. Yashodha and Ramu said the couple was damaging the crop during the investigation and said the landlord had leased 40,000 to the monkeys Prasanna and Rudraygowda.
Yashodha and Ramu, who had held more than 50 monkeys in their bags on July 28, showed their desire for food in Ugane village of Hassan taluk.
The news of the deaths of the monkeys is known to the accused, who allegedly threw 39 monkeys near Chaudanahalli in Belur Taluk. Thus, it has been revealed during the investigation that Homa Havana performed special worship at the Anjaneya temple.
Hassan: The turning point in the monkey death case The five were taken into custody
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