Union Minister Prakash Javadekar Said That The Guilty Will Be Punished:-
Humans are becoming monsters day by day. A pregnant elephant was brutally killed in Malappuram in Kerela. A group of people fed an innocent pregnant elephant with a pineapple filled with firecrackers. That caused the elephant’s mouth to burst and the elephant died. There is anger among people from politics to industry and sports over the incident of the death of a pregnant elephant in Malappuram in Kerala. Union Forest and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar has said that this is very ruthless, it does not happen in Indian culture. We have deployed senior officers to catch the culprits. The guilty will be punished who were involved in this incident. Virat Kohli said such cowardly acts should be stopped. Ratan Tata said the violence with the pregnant elephant was a case of murder. He also demanded justice. BJP MP Menka Gandhi has said that pregnant elephant has been killed, one out of every three elephants is killed in Kerala.
Ratan Tata Said This Is A Case Of Murder:-
Ratan Tata, the senior-most in the country’s business world, tweeted that the violence with the pregnant elephant was a case of murder. He also demanded justice. He wrote surprised to know that the pregnant elephant died due to pineapple filled with firecrackers by some people. Criminal attitude towards innocent animals is just like the intentional killing of a person. There is a need for justice.
Menka Gandhi Said, One Out Of Every Three Elephants Is Killed In Kerala:-
In Malappuram, a pregnant elephant ate a pineapple filled with firecrackers. This caused the elephant’s mouth to burst and the elephant died. When the case caught fire, Kerala police on Wednesday lodged an FIR against unknown people. BJP MP Menka Gandhi has said that pregnant elephant has been killed, one out of every three elephants is killed in Kerala.
Virat Kohli Said Such Cowardly Acts Should Stop:-
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has appealed to treat animals with love. Kohli said I am disappointed to hear about the Kerala incident. Such cowardly acts should stop. At the same time, footballer Sunil Chhetri and fast bowler Umesh Yadav have described those who commit violence against animals as monsters. Harbhajan Singh said that the culprits should be punished.