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Ratan Tata seeks justice on death of pregnant elephant, says- I am sad and stunned

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The death of a hungry pregnant elephant in Kerala by eating crackers with pineapple has filled everyone with sadness and anger. Even the famous businessman Ratan Tata could not hide his grief. He tweeted that this atrocity with Hathini was a murder and demanded justice.

Ratan Tata wrote in a tweet- ‘I am sad and stunned to know that a pineapple full of firecrackers of some people killed a pregnant female elephant. This kind of criminal attitude towards innocent animals is just like the intentional killing of a person. Justice is needed.’


Let me tell you that a pregnant wild elephant fell victim to human cruelty in the Silent Valley Forest of Kerala. The cracker-filled pineapple exploded in the elephant’s mouth. All the gums of the elephant were badly torn and she could not even eat. Eventually the helpless elephant died. Chief Wildlife Warden Surendra Kumar says that it is believed that the cracker was fed with the intention of killing the elephant. According to information, the elephant died on May 27 in Velliar river in Malappuram district.

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