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Karnataka Farmer booked under wildlife act for elephant electrocution case

The owner of the farm where an unfortunate incident of elephant electrocution took place in the DB Kuppe range of Nagarhole Tiger Reserve in Mysuru district, Karnataka, has been booked under the Wildlife Act. The Karnataka Police took action against the farmer for his alleged negligence that resulted in the electrocution and subsequent death of the elephant.

This incident highlights the importance of adhering to wildlife protection laws and ensuring the safety of wildlife in their natural habitats. The booking under the Wildlife Act signifies the legal consequences faced by individuals involved in activities that harm or endanger protected species.

It also serves as a reminder of the need for responsible actions to prevent such tragic incidents and conserve the rich biodiversity of the region. The investigation will now proceed to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident and hold those responsible accountable for their actions.