Border incursion: Indian tiger attacks cattle in Daska

A team from the wildlife department with the help of police and local people was able sedate the tiger


Ppi August 03, 2014

SIALKOT: A tiger from India crossed the border and attacked cattle grazing on the Pakistani side in Kot Maana-Motra village in Daska tehsil on Saturday. The incident created panic in a village along the Sialkot Working Boundary with India. A team from the wildlife department with the help of police and local people was able sedate the tiger shift it to Lahore Zoo. A contingent of police cordoned off the area where the tiger was sighted and helped the wild life department expert to sedate and capture the big cat.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 3rd, 2014.

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