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Solan, November 8With the Nalagarh area emerging as the centre of illegal trading of animal hides in the region, it has become a challenge for the police to crack down the network.Though cases of poaching have come to the fore from Rajgarh and other nearby areas of the adjoining Sirmaur district, hides and parts of animal are being traded through an organised networkoperating from Nalagarh.The revelations had come to light when a Nalagarh-based youth was pulled up by central intelligence agencies in Delhi sometime back.DGP Dr DS Manhas, agreeing to the fact, said there had some intelligence inputs on the issue and efforts were afoot to nab the traders.As a precaution, the police has been directed to maintain a strict vigil on the various escape routes of the area as it has a porous border with Punjab and Haryana.Figures procured from the police at Nahan revealed that the cases of poaching had been rising abruptly year after year. As against a single case of poaching of leopard detected in 2008, four cases were detected in 2009 which comprised a deer and three leopards. Worse still, 10 cases of poaching had already come to the fore this year which comprised six leopards, a porcupine, a barking deer, a wild boar and an axis deer from the Ragarh forest division and its surrounding areas.Though a single case of leopard poaching had been detected in the last one year at Solan, a number of such cases had surfaced the previous years, thus lending credence to continuity of such incidents for trade purposes.Swaran Singh, DFO, Rajgarh, terming the Narag forest range as sensitive, said people had been strictly directed not to kill wild animals even if they attacked them as adequate funds had been made available for paying compensation for any loss.With the wildlife department not having made any fresh census after 2004, the latest figures of critically endangered species like leopards are not available, but given the rising number of poaching cases, there number is likely to have shown a downward trend.Since the culprits nabbed in illegal trading are generally gullible locals who kill animals for making a quick buck, the police has a herculean task to nab the actual traders who appear to be operating surreptitiously.Many times, the forest department shifts the responsibility on the police thus doing precious little to investigate and check future happenings. This is also emboldening the offenders.




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