Brown trinket snake caught by forest department and released in the forest of Kaladhungi road

Nainital. The snake catcher of the forest department caught the brown trinket snake that had entered the sewer tank of the Air Force Station in Bhavli and left it in the forest of Kaladhungi road. This snake named Brown Trinket tried to bite people in the area for two-three days, after which a complaint was lodged with the Forest Department.
A snake had created an atmosphere of fear by attacking some people for the past few days at the Air Force Station on Ghorakhal Marg, Bhavli in Nainital. The officials of the department gave this information to the officials of the forest department. After this the department sent snake catcher Nimish Danu to catch the snake. Nimish said that the brown trinket snake entered the sewer tank of the Air Force Station, from where it was barely pulled out. The adult snake of about eight feet came under control after a long struggle. Nimish and his companion Nandan Singh put him in a sack and took him to Nainital. The snake was set free in the forest of Kaladhungi Road, so that it could not create ruckus in the area again. Nimish also told that this snake is not poisonous but it can cause serious diseases like plague.

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