The Wildlife division on Saturday caught a leopard alive in Khudpora Khan-Sahib a day after a four-year-old lady was mauled to loss of life in Budgam. Whereas two extra leopards have been noticed at two totally different locations in Watkaloo Charar-i-Sharief and Huroo Budgam respectively.
The wild animal was roaming within the residential areas of Khansahib and different adjoining areas posing a risk to the locals particularly to youngsters.
Groups of Wildlife officers armed with crucial devices together with Budgam Police visited the realm and captured the leopard alive this morning after locals of the realm knowledgeable them about it.
The wild animal was captured alive with out inflicting any injury or damage to him. The locals of the realm heaved a sigh of aid after the wild animal was captured.
The search operation, for 2 extra leopards that have been noticed in two totally different localities of Budgam, has been launched.
The four-year-old lady was enjoying on the garden of her home in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district on Thursday. The lady recognized as Adha Shakil, daughter of Shakil Ahmad — a resident of a housing colony in Ompora, was taken by a leopard whereas she was enjoying within the garden of her home.
At round 7.40pm on Thursday, Adha Yasir’s dad and mom heard a pointy cry. The dad and mom rushed out, solely to search out their daughter nowhere. They alerted the neighbours, the native police.
After receiving the knowledge, the police, wildlife groups and the Military swung into motion and launched a large search operation to hint the lacking lady including that the physique of the lady was present in a close-by nursery on Friday morning.