LUCKNOW The male-eater tiger captured by foresters in Manjhra Purab space of Dudhwa buffer zone late on Monday evening will be relocated deep into the jungle, away from human population, said officials on Wednesday.
The forest section also intensified combing functions to seize the tigress that is still on the prowl. Locals explained this major cat, alongside with the tiger, had killed all over 23 persons in the villages of Lakhimpur Kheri around the earlier several months.
“The tiger we captured has been stored below observation as per the norms. The cage has been coated in get to relaxed down the tiger that appears in particularly great overall health. It is less than observation for practically 24 hrs and would be relocated immediately after a healthcare check out-up,” claimed Sanjay Pathak, subject director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve.
Pathak explained the captured tiger seems to be around six to 7 decades old. “Initially, there was a minor confusion about the gender of the two big cats but it was cleared afterwards soon after our team managed to catch one particular of them.
It is nevertheless to be made the decision where the tiger will be relocated. But it will be relocated significantly from human population, deep inside of the jungle,” he extra.
At first, there were speculations that the captured significant cat would be lodged in Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Back garden, Lucknow. However, authorities at the zoo made it crystal clear that they are small of place and by now have 12 tigers, which include a pair of white tigers, to feed. Bringing in an further tiger would bring about stress on the zoo, they additional.
“As of now our concentration is on the tigress and to make sure that no far more casualties consider put. We have deployed 4 patrolling groups, drone teams, cameras, four elephants along with combing teams and have mounted two cages with baits to catch the tigress,” he included.
Pathak also encouraged villagers to go to their fields in teams so as to preserve the significant cat absent. He urged villagers to cooperate with the forest section and not undertaking out to agricultural fields.