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Islamic terrorists ate ‘Sambar Deer’ during arms training in Kerala, the investigative agency suggests

WebdeskJun 23, 2021, 01:48 PM IST

Islamic terrorists ate ‘Sambar Deer’ during arms training in Kerala, the investigative agency suggests

Islamist terrorist outfits’ arms training camp in the Padam forest area in Kerala has generated shock waves all across the country. The most shocking part is that the Kerala police had no clue about such kind of camp.

 

There is also an allegation on forest officers from higher ranks aiding the Islamists to conduct such terror camps. Now the investigative agency has another finding of the Islamists hunting and eating the endangered ‘Sambar deer’ animal in deep forests.

 

The investigative agency has found the remains of Sambar Deers from the area of Islamic terrorists’ training. Earlier, there was an incident when the forest officials found the remains of 15 Sambar deers. This investigation reached nowhere.

 

The sambar (Rusa unicolor) is a large deer native to the Indian subcontinent, South China, and Southeast Asia that is listed as a vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List since 2008

 

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