Leopard inside Gujarat assembly campus, search operation on

05 Nov 2018 10:48 AM

Leopard inside Gujarat assembly campus, search operation on

Updated 05 Nov 2018 10:48 AM

In a shocking incident, a leopard entered the Gujarat assembly campus late night on Sunday. The incident came to light after the same was captured on CCTV camera. The police have cordoned the area and search operation has been initiated to find the leopard, which entered the building at 2am.

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.

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