Kerala Elephant Death Case, CM Pinarayi Vijayan Said Justice Will Prevail

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New Delhi: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has expressed his grief over the death of a hungry pregnant elephant by eating firecrackers with pineapple and grieving over the death. Expressing anger at Elephant’s generosity, he said that every possible effort will be made to get justice.

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan said that a pregnant elephant lost her life in a tragic incident in Palakkad district. The investigation is going on keeping in mind the 3 suspects. We will do everything possible to get justice.

He wrote in a tweet – Many of you have reached us. We want to assure you that your worries will not go in vain. Justice will prevail. He further wrote – Kerala is a society which raises voice against injustice. If there is a silver layer in it, it is now that we can make our voice heard against the injustice. Let us be a people fighting injustice in all its forms, all the time, everywhere

Let us tell you that some mischievous elements fed an explosive in pineapple to a pregnant elephant in Kerala’s Silent Valley Forest. Due to which a pineapple filled with crackers burst in Female Elephant’s mouth. All the gums of Hathini got badly torn and she could not even eat. After some time, She died. Chief wildlife warden Surendra Kumar says that it is believed that the cracker was fed with the intention of killing the elephant.


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