Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray today said that poaching of tigers here could not have taken place without the support of local people.
Maharashtra government has ordered its forest guards to shoot poachers on sight in a bid to prevent hunting and killing of big cats and other wildlife animals.
Two tiger skins seized from the men valued over Rs 500,000 in international market.
Pro-active intelligence and national coordination is needed to tackle the illegal wildlife crime especially Tiger poaching.
Interpol today launched a new campaign to coordinate the global fight against tiger poaching, warning that failure to protect the endangered cats would have economic and social repercussions.
Day in Pics: 31st August
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