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61 poachers surrender in Manah before BTAD admn

Altogether 61 poachers in the Manah National Sanctuary on Monday have surrendered before the BTAD administration at Lobdang guri market in Bagsa district. They further have left some arms and ammunitions while they laid down their arms before the BTAD Deputy Chief Executive Khamba Borgoyari. These include 24 hand made guns, several round of bullets. These poachers are residents of ten villages adjacent to the national sanctuary. They have surrendered at a function organised by an NGO Wild Life Trust of India and No 32 Company of SSB in Lobdang guri LP School. They further have pledged not to repeat these mistakes in future.
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