Haldwani woman and two men arrested for smuggling elephant teeth, 12 lakh precious teeth recovered

Joint action of police and forest department in Kashipur area ITI police station area, all three accused going on bike
The police and forest department team have taken major action against ivory smuggling. Kashipur area of Udham Singh Nagar, a joint team of ITI police station and forest department arrested three smugglers including a woman riding a bike with ivory. The value of the recovered ivory in the international market has been estimated at around Rs 12 lakh.
Since they are related to the Wildlife Protection Act, further action will be taken by the Forest Department against the three accused. Under the Kashipur range, on the information of a special informant, during the joint checking operation of Kashipur range, South Jaspur range and police department, Paiga outpost, a motorcycle was stopped for checking near Banskheda under the highway bridge on Kashipur Aliganj motor road at around quarter to twelve. Gaya in which a woman and two men were sitting, from whom ivory was recovered in a bag.
Whose length was 34 inches, thickness was 9 inches and weight of the teeth was 4.679 kg. The accused were taken into their custody and taken to Paiga police post after registering the case under the sections of Indian Wildlife Protection Act. The names of the persons taken into custody were Devendra Singh son of Shri Indra respectively. Singh resident Devalchaud Haldwani, Manoj Bola son Shri Kharak Singh resident Haripur Sugarcane Center Haldwani, Rukmini Devi wife Shri Ram Singh Rawat resident Lohaghat Hall resident Teen Pani Canal Haldwani were arrested, produced before the Honorable Court and sent to Haldwani jail. Is.
The value of the recovered ivory is estimated to be around Rs 12 lakh in the international market. The police have registered a case against the three accused under the Wildlife Protection Act and presented them in the court.
The team includes Lalit Kumar Arya Forest Range Officer South Jaspur Range, Devendra Singh Rajwar Forest Range Officer Kashipur, Ramesh Chandra Deputy Forest Range Officer, Brajesh Kumar Sharma Forest Inspector, Rajendra Singh Rana Forest Inspector, Sunita Forest Inspector, Deepak Kumar Forest Constable, Ikramuddin Forest Constable, Rathore Forest guard, Shri Jitendra Kumar SI in-charge of Paiga outpost, Deepak, Sunita Kamboj etc. from police department were the staff officers.

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