Stole Peacock Eggs And Ate Omelet, Police Engaged In Investigation

Amar Ujala Network, Noida

Published by: Noida Bureau
Updated Wed, 14 Jul 2021 11:08 AM IST

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District Forest Officer PK Srivastava said that peacock is the national bird. Its hunting, egg destruction and eating are illegal under the Wildlife Protection Act. If convicted, there is a provision of imprisonment of up to seven years.

Theft of peacock eggs
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In Birampur village, a case of stealing peahen eggs from an empty plot and eating it by making omelette has come to light on Tuesday. The incident has angered the villagers. The villagers have demanded action by accusing four youths of a particular community of stealing the eggs of the national bird. The police have started investigation after receiving the complaint. The egg shells will be sent to the forensic lab for examination. According to the police, the villagers have given a complaint that Morni had laid four eggs in Munna’s plot. These eggs were kept near the Luffa vine. In the morning the eggs were stolen.

When the villagers investigated, a child informed that he had seen four boys of a particular community carrying eggs. When the villagers reached the house of the accused, the accused said that they had eaten eggs made of omelet. After this, the accused threatened the villagers and drove them away. On the complaint of the villagers, the police reached the house of a young man and inquired and recovered the peels. Station in-charge Dinesh Yadav says that the police is investigating. The eggshells will be sent to the forensic lab for examination. If the allegations are found to be true, action will be taken by registering a report against the accused.

The peacock was wandering distracted
Villager Suresh told that the accused carried out the incident while going to the forest of Morni. When the peacock returned, she got distracted when she did not see the eggs. The peacock started wandering here and there making noise. When the villagers went near the vine of Torai, they came to know about the theft of eggs.

Punishment can be up to seven years
District Forest Officer PK Srivastava said that peacock is the national bird. Its hunting, egg destruction and eating are illegal under the Wildlife Protection Act. If convicted, there is a provision of imprisonment of up to seven years. The matter of Rabupura has come to notice. The complaint has been given in the police station. Police will register a case in the matter. The forest department team will also investigate.

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In Birampur village, a case of stealing peahen eggs from an empty plot and eating it by making omelette has come to light on Tuesday. The incident has angered the villagers. The villagers have demanded action by accusing four youths of a particular community of stealing the eggs of the national bird. The police have started investigation after receiving the complaint. The egg shells will be sent to the forensic lab for examination. According to the police, the villagers have given a complaint that Morni had laid four eggs in Munna’s plot. These eggs were kept near the Luffa vine. In the morning the eggs were stolen.

When the villagers investigated, a child informed that he had seen four boys of a particular community carrying eggs. When the villagers reached the house of the accused, the accused said that they had eaten eggs made of omelet. After this, the accused threatened the villagers and drove them away. On the complaint of the villagers, the police reached the house of a young man and inquired and recovered the peels. Station in-charge Dinesh Yadav says that the police is investigating. The eggshells will be sent to the forensic lab for examination. If the allegations are found to be true, action will be taken by registering a report against the accused.

The peacock was wandering distracted

Villager Suresh told that the accused carried out the incident while going to the forest of Morni. When the peacock returned, she got distracted when she did not see the eggs. The peacock started wandering here and there making noise. When the villagers went near the vine of Torai, they came to know about the theft of eggs.

Punishment can be up to seven years

District Forest Officer PK Srivastava said that peacock is the national bird. Its hunting, egg destruction and eating are illegal under the Wildlife Protection Act. If convicted, there is a provision of imprisonment of up to seven years. The matter of Rabupura has come to notice. The complaint has been given in the police station. Police will register a case in the matter. The forest department team will also investigate.

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