[VIDEO] Missing Birds: Caretaker Admits Corruption in Gulab Bagh Zoo

[VIDEO] Missing Birds: Caretaker Admits Corruption in Gulab Bagh Zoo

No FIR has been lodged yet in the missing birds case of Gulab Bagh Zoo, while the caretaker who gave charge to another zoo employee before going on leave came back today, and revealed some shocking facts before media.

 

[VIDEO] Missing Birds: Caretaker Admits Corruption in Gulab Bagh Zoo

Murlidhar Saini, caretaker of bird’s cage

No FIR has been lodged yet in the missing birds case of Gulab Bagh Zoo, while the caretaker who gave charge to another zoo employee before going on leave came back today, and revealed some shocking facts before media.

Murlidhar Saini, the caretaker who gave charge to Ram Singh Panwar said that there were 67 birds out of which there were 46 Budgerigar Parrots, in the cage when he went on leave. He denied of any such possibilities of rats eating birds, which indicates foul play by some employees of zoo, who allegedly tried to manipulate the case.

[VIDEO] Missing Birds: Caretaker Admits Corruption in Gulab Bagh Zoo

There were 46 Budgerigar Parrots, 9 Love Birds, 10 Kaktuas, 2 Munias and all were in healthy condition when he gave charge to Ram Singh, but when he returned, more than 30 birds are found missing.

Saini told UT, “generally rats don’t attack flying birds and in my whole career, I have never come across any such incident of Rats killing Birds”.

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[VIDEO] Missing Birds: Caretaker Admits Corruption in Gulab Bagh Zoo

Shockingly, Saini also agreed about the corruption going inside the zoo and animals were being illegally traded, many a times, by some of the zoo employees.

The historical zoo is on edge of termination, yet Forest officials are trying their best to hide the case from the media as no high ranked officer wants to talk on the matter on record.

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