Assam moves to court for custody of elephant Joymala

Assam strikes to courtroom for custody of elephant Joymala

It has been alleged that Joymala has been saved on the Srivilliputhur Nachiyar Thirukovil temple for over a decade now and the animal is dealing with torture there. Quite a few movies surfaced on social media on this regard a number of days in the past. The Folks for the Moral Remedy of Animals (PETA) India had urged the state governments to look into the elephant’s well-being.

Quickly after that, the Assam authorities despatched a four-member group to Tamil Nadu to convey again Joymala. But it surely has been alleged that the Tamil Nadu authorities didn’t permit the group to even see the elephant.

The Tamil Nadu forest division in a letter addressed to Assam authorities mentioned that Joymala is okay and Assam mustn’t waste its time making an attempt to satisfy her.

Nonetheless, the officers of the four-member group are nonetheless in Chennai and making an attempt to satisfy Joymala. An official of the group knowledgeable that the matter has been moved to the Gauhati Excessive Courtroom and a report has been despatched to the courtroom stating all the main points. As per sources, the Tamil Nadu authorities additionally didn’t agree for a dialogue with the officers from Assam for the custody of Joymala. The official added, “It’s getting troublesome because the Tamil Nadu authorities is adamant about not letting anybody from Assam meet Joymala.” (IANS)

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