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6 arrested over hunting dolphins from Indus River

6 arrested over hunting dolphins from Indus River

6 arrested over hunting dolphins from Indus River

6 arrested over hunting dolphins from Indus River

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Rahim Yar Khan: At least 6 people were arrested for hunting dolphins also known as blind dolphin  from the Indus River in Zahir Pir area of Rahim Yar Khan.

According to the police, the arrested persons had hunted dolphin fish from the Indus River near Zahir Pir.

Punjab Wildlife Department officials arrested the fishermen who had captured the dolphin after the video of it being caught surfaced.

The video showed the dolphin being captured unintentionally and a man was heard telling the fishermen to release it back into the water.

According to the police, as soon as the incident was known, an attempt was made to arrest the accused, during which the windows of the vehicle were broken due to the resistance of the accused.

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Later, accused were arrested and a case was registered against them.

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