SHOCKING: Leopard sneaks inside Gujarat assembly campus
As per sources, 100 people have been deployed to rescue the leopard. Both police and forest department teams are on their toes and are trying to locate the animal.
As per sources, 100 people were deployed to rescue the leopard. Both police and forest department teams remained on their toes; who made all the efforts to locate the animal.
It can be clearly seen in the CCTV video that a leopard is entering the campus from below the gate.
Luckily, no one has been injured so far.
Speaking on the same SP Mayur Chawla said “Various agencies are searching for the leopard. Our priority is safety of all the employees; therefore we have cordoned off the area”.
WATCH: Leopard entered Secretariat premises in Gujarat's Gandhinagar, early morning today. Forest department officials are currently conducting a search operation to locate the feline (Source: CCTV footage) pic.twitter.com/eQYwATbk2b
— ANI (@ANI) November 5, 2018
The assembly will only be re-opened after the leopard is rescued.
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