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Assam govt to send team to TN to examine condition of abused elephant ‘Joymala’

Assam government has decided to send a four-member team to Tamil Nadu and inspect the condition of Joymala, the elephant from the state, after reports of cruelty being meted out to the jumbo surfaced.

In view of the reported inhumane treatment meted out to Joymala, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma held a meeting with the Forest Department in presence of Environment and Forest Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary.

The meeting decided to send a four-member team constituted for the purpose to Tamil Nadu and inspect the condition of Joymala, the elephant which is taken from Assam to Tamil Nadu.

The team which consists of Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Hirdesh Mishra as team leader, Dr. Kushal Kumar Sarma, Professor College of Veterinary Science, Assam Agriculture University as member, SP Morigaon Aparna Natarajan, member and District Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Officer, Tinsukia Dr. Rupjyoti Kakoti also a member will visit Tamil Nadu on September 2 to discuss the matter with the Government of Tamil Nadu and Forest Department to pave way for return of the captive elephant Joymala to Assam.

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