A panther's movement has been seen around the Motidungri Fort in Jaipur. For the last three days, this panther is roaming late at night in the hills of Motidungri located on JLN Marg. This panther also got trapped in the cameras of the forest department. But could not be imprisoned in the cage set up for capture. Therefore, the local people spent Monday night in Ganesh Nagar Colony, situated at the foot of the fort, in fear of ever entering the populated area of the panther.
The youths living in the colony were kept guarding the area with sticks. Till around two o'clock on Monday night, the team of the forest department was busy looking for the panther while looking at the footpath. It is being told that this panther is female.
Let us tell you that on Saturday evening, a tourist who came to visit the Birla temple saw a panther on the wall of Eklingeshwar Mahadev temple at Motidungri fort. On receiving the information, the forest department team reached the fort around 4 pm. There, till around 9 pm, the search for Panther started but nothing was found.
To catch the panther, the forest department team put a cage there. Apart from this, four trap cameras were also installed to see the presence of the Panther.
On Monday, when the forest department's rescue team saw the footage of these cameras, the movement of the panther was seen on the Motidungri fort. Panther also passed by the panther's cage but did not get caught. Meanwhile, on Monday evening, people around the Motidungri Fort saw the panther again roaming in the hills. Then there was an uproar.
On receiving the information, the forest department team reached the Motidungri Fort. The search went on till late in the night. But the panther could not be caught. This caused outrage among the people. They said that the panther has been roaming around the populated area for three days. But the forest department team has failed to catch the panther.
It is also alleged that instead of reaching the spot, the forest department officials themselves are sending the subordinate team. A wildlife doctor has been sent to tranquillize. Let us tell you that even before this, panthers have been seen around JLN Marg and Tonk Road.