70 rare species died in customs custody what happened to the remains? Surprising news came

70 rare species died in customs custody what happened to the remains Surprising news came
Source: File


Karachi – 70 out of 75 rare breeders in the custody of customs officials died due to lack of proper care. Customs officials kept the remains of the arms in the refrigerator as it was judicial property.

According to private TV ARY News, customs officials seized 75 rare species of falcons from the Gizri area last year. The court had declared it a case of the wildlife department but it was not handed over to the department but remained in the custody of customs officials.

Customs officials say they were obliged to keep the falcon because it was a case property. An NGO was tasked with caring for them, but 70 have died so far due to lack of proper care. 

Five drug lords are still in the custody of customs officials who are critically ill. Authorities have kept the remains of the deceased in a refrigerator as it is a case property

According to sources, the falcons found in Pakistan are a very rare breed that is in high demand in the Gulf countries. A Pakistani falcon in the Gulf costs Rs 2 million

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