The National Green Tribunal on Saturday coordinated Central Monitoring Committee comprised by Environment Ministry to investigate the demise of an elephant by electric shock and to secure the existences of 40 elephants in Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh.
A NGT seat headed by its administrator Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel coordinated Central Monitoring Committee comprised by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) and the Chief Wildlife Warden, Madhya Pradesh to investigate the complaint in the current application and make a healing move as per the law.
The court was hearing an application moved by one PG Najpande looking for fixing responsibility for the demise of an elephant by electric shock and to ensure the existences of 40 elephants in Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh.
The court noticed that a Central Monitoring Committee has been comprised by the MoEF&CC to organize with the elephant-bearing States on the issue of the wellbeing of elephants in elephant security zones.
The candidates have expressed that on November 28, 2020, one elephant lost its life by electric shock in the woodland region of Bargi, town Mohas, District Jabalpur by virtue of a high voltage trap with high voltage over-stacked electrical cables.
Aside from the demise of one elephant, there is a peril to the existences of 40 wild creatures in the woods of Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh.
In the above instance, the very fact that the extent of carelessness in terms of animal care is soaring so up that every other day, cases of animal cruelty and death come to light.
In a solid ruling, the TN High Court, recently sentenced a duo to three years in prison for killing an elephant ten years ago. Though, it still seems a meagre punishment from an ideological mindset, this is the first step towards the security of animals and realisation of their vitality in the eco system.
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