A poisonous snake was found at former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah's residence here, officials said Saturday.
The Viper, locally known as 'Gunas' -- an extremely venomous species of snakes --was found at Abdullah's residence on Thursday, they said.
The officials said the highly dangerous snake was later rescued by Aaliya Mir from the local team of Wildlife SOS a non-profit wildlife conservation organisation.
The snake was released in Dachigam national park, they said.
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