Transport of unlicensed pets


Police have seized Rs 2 lakh 60 thousand from Padvi in ​​Daund taluka for tying unlicensed pets in a pickup tempo. Police have rescued five pets.


This information was given by Sanjay Nagargoje, Faujdar of Patas police station. Kedgaon: Patas police had received information that unlicensed pets were being transported at Gaikwad Mala in Padvi area on Chaufula to Supa Road. Accordingly, under the guidance of Yavat Police Station Inspector Bhausaheb Patil, Patas Police Station Sub-Inspector Sanjay Nagargoje, Assistant Sub-Inspector Sagar Chavan. Police constables Sameer Bhalerao, Dattatraya Takle and others raided Gaikwad Mala in Padvi area.


At that time, Arjun Ramchandra Mandle (age 31), resident of Padvi Gaikwad Mala, pointed out that he had tied five calves of Jersey cow in a pickup Tempo (No. MH42A, Q. 3534) and kept them without any water and fodder. Came.
It was also pointed out that there is no government medical certificate or any kind of transport license. Police have registered a case against driver Arjun Mandale at Yavat police station. Police have released the calves of five Jersey cows and sent them to the cowshed at Bormalnath in Chaufula Boripardhi. Police have seized a total of Rs 2 lakh 60 thousand including pickup tempo. This information was given by Patas police.

By Sandesh Patil

My name is Sandesh, I am a Journalism student and I am the founder of SangeetMarathi. On this blog, I bring different regional news for you everyday in English.

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