Etawah: 9 fit long dead crocodile found in river, stirred up area

Etawah: 9 fit long dead crocodile found in river, stirred up area

Etawah: A dead crocodile was stirred up near Bachchan Singh Inter College under Balera police station area in Etawah district of UP. It is being told that the people of the village were passing by the river in the morning, when they saw a 9 feet long crocodile in the river. After which he informed the forest department team that after a lot of hard work, the forest department team took out the dead crocodile lying in the river. While the Forest Department team said that the crocodile is about 9 feet in length and the weight of the crocodile is about 150 kg, the Forest Department team is also trying to know how the huge crocodile got into the river. At the same time, the team says that only after the post-mortem report will be found out how the crocodile has died.

In this regard, Forest Officer Ajit Pal Singh said that in Hastinapur, there is a center of crocodiles and crocodiles on the Ganges. From there, water is released for the canal running through Bulandshahr. It is possible that this crocodile has somehow drifted out of the door in the strong current of water. Prima facie, its death looks natural, yet the cause of death will be clear from the post-mortem report. 


CM Yogi congratulated the people of the state on the occasion of Ramadan, this appeal

CM Yogi congratulated the people of the state on the occasion of Ramadan, this appeal

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath extended hearty greetings and best wishes to the people of the state on the occasion of Ramadan and said that Uttar Pradesh is an example of harmony, brotherhood and cultural unity. Keeping this heritage and tradition intact, people should do religious work at home during Ramadan in view of Corona virus infection.

According to the official statement released on Tuesday, in his greeting message, the Chief Minister said that good works like Roza, service to humanity, service to God in the Pak days of Ramadan promotes values ​​like patience, self discipline, tolerance, simplicity etc. This strengthens the feeling of mutual love and brotherhood.