Indian team arrives to rescue the stranded elephant

Indian team arrives to rescue the stranded elephant

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A three member team from the Indian Forest Department wild life circle arrives in Dhaka Today in a bid to rescue an Elephant that has been stranded in a charland of the Jamuna river of the Jamalpur after it came floating from Assam swept by flood waters down the Brahmaputra on June 28.The rescuers would join a group of Bangladesh Forest Department wild life team who had been trying to put the huge beast to sleep with darts from a tranquiliser gun for several days.
So long their efforts failed as the female elephant had been wallowing in the flooded char lands avoiding the curious people and the tranquilser gun carrying rescuers.
They were trying to chase it to a dry place to avoid putting it on sleep in waters so that it does not drown.
The Indian officials reaches the charlands and take up the task of rescue it in discussion with their Bangladeshi counterparts so that they take it back to its home in Kazirangas wild life sanctuary of Assam.
Many people are eagerly waiting in the char lands to watch the proceedings reports The Independent TV correspondent Shahriar Anirban who had been waiting for the past few days recording th elephants movement.

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