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Temple priest arrested for online trading of animal parts

Press Trust of India  |  Khargone (MP) 

A temple priest here was arrested by a team of officials led by Delhi-based Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) in connection with online trading of wild animal parts and preparing medicines from them.

The priest identified as Lokesh Jagirdar used to prepare drugs (traditional medicine) and talismans from animal parts by employing black magic methods and sold them globally through online modes, promising customers an increase in their vitality, a forest official said today.



Jagirdar was arrested yesterday and was produced in a local which sent him to two days remand, assistant prosecution officer, Amrendra Kumar Tiwari said.

As per the preliminary probe, Jagirdar used to sell his products online in the US, Malaysia, and among others, Deputy Divisional forest officer, A K Solanki said.

The priest was arrested in a joint operation by WCCB, STF and forest officials, he said.

The team also seized sizable number of wildlife parts from his possession.

He was arrested under relevant sections of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, the official added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Temple priest arrested for online trading of animal parts

A temple priest here was arrested by a team of officials led by Delhi-based Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) in connection with online trading of wild animal parts and preparing medicines from them. The priest identified as Lokesh Jagirdar used to prepare drugs (traditional medicine) and talismans from animal parts by employing black magic methods and sold them globally through online modes, promising customers an increase in their vitality, a forest official said today. Jagirdar was arrested yesterday and was produced in a local court which sent him to two days remand, assistant prosecution officer, Amrendra Kumar Tiwari said. As per the preliminary probe, Jagirdar used to sell his products online in the US, Malaysia, Germany and Australia among others, Deputy Divisional forest officer, A K Solanki said. The priest was arrested in a joint operation by WCCB, STF and forest officials, he said. The team also seized sizable number of wildlife parts from his possession. He was ... A temple priest here was arrested by a team of officials led by Delhi-based Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) in connection with online trading of wild animal parts and preparing medicines from them.

The priest identified as Lokesh Jagirdar used to prepare drugs (traditional medicine) and talismans from animal parts by employing black magic methods and sold them globally through online modes, promising customers an increase in their vitality, a forest official said today.

Jagirdar was arrested yesterday and was produced in a local which sent him to two days remand, assistant prosecution officer, Amrendra Kumar Tiwari said.

As per the preliminary probe, Jagirdar used to sell his products online in the US, Malaysia, and among others, Deputy Divisional forest officer, A K Solanki said.

The priest was arrested in a joint operation by WCCB, STF and forest officials, he said.

The team also seized sizable number of wildlife parts from his possession.

He was arrested under relevant sections of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, the official added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Temple priest arrested for online trading of animal parts

A temple priest here was arrested by a team of officials led by Delhi-based Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) in connection with online trading of wild animal parts and preparing medicines from them.

The priest identified as Lokesh Jagirdar used to prepare drugs (traditional medicine) and talismans from animal parts by employing black magic methods and sold them globally through online modes, promising customers an increase in their vitality, a forest official said today.

Jagirdar was arrested yesterday and was produced in a local which sent him to two days remand, assistant prosecution officer, Amrendra Kumar Tiwari said.

As per the preliminary probe, Jagirdar used to sell his products online in the US, Malaysia, and among others, Deputy Divisional forest officer, A K Solanki said.

The priest was arrested in a joint operation by WCCB, STF and forest officials, he said.

The team also seized sizable number of wildlife parts from his possession.

He was arrested under relevant sections of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, the official added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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