The leopard that murdered a 4-year-old child in Budgam, Jammu, and Kashmir, has been captured
The leopard who killed a four-year-old child named Ada in Budgam district on June 4 was apprehended after a huge operation, the Jammu and Kashmir authorities stated on Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning Budgam Deputy Commissioner Shabaz Mirza tweeted, “Finally, the leopard involved in the man-animal conflict is trapped by the joint team led by [the] wildlife department. Being rescued to safety. Though identity will be ascertained scientifically. Advisories may still be followed. Cats are still out there. Results of tinkering with their habitats".
On June 3, while playing on the lawn of her house in Ompora village, the leopard pulled the four-year-old child away. The next day, her mangled body was discovered in a woodland nursery about a kilometre from her home. Residents and politicians in the region accused the wildlife department, claiming it ignored their reports about the animal's rising citations in the region.
After the girl’s death former minister and MLA Ruhullah Medhi said, “...Incidents involving the same wild animal occurred multiple times in the recent months in areas as close to [the] DC’s (District Collector) office. People then were lucky, but this time this innocent little soul had to pay with her life".
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