A man has been arrested in connection with the case of a pregnant elephant died case at the Palavikadu Thiruvizhamkunnu explosion. Wilson, a native of Malappuram, was arrested. Wilson is a leasehold farmer at Ambalappara. Two other farmers were involved in the case and an investigation was launched.
Reports say that elephant life was put at risk by swine flu on the farm. The forest was tilted at the Velliar river on the 27th of last month. It was rumored that the elephant’s died an explosive found in the pineapple. It is believed that the bruise caused by a small explosion was more than two weeks old. There were complaints that wild animals, including wild elephants, were harmed in gardens adjacent to the Silent Valley Buffer Zone. Typically, small quantities of explosives are wrapped in food to keep them out. The joint team of investigators concluded that the elephant had also been injured.
The allegation that the Forest Department did not take adequate treatment despite the elephant’s injuries sustained it for several days. The natives allege that the forest officials tried to send the elephant back to the forest after complaining to it many times. The forest department explained that there was no reason for this and sought the services of a veterinarian.