The bats sold at 25 Tk in Natore


A mobile court has sentenced Amal Sardar, 55, to six months in jail for selling a large number of badgers for eating in Natore. Highway police on Sunday (November 24th) recovered the dead badges from Chandpur area of ​​Sadar upazila and arrested Amal Sardar. Later, he was produced before a traveling magistrate’s judicial magistrate Tasmina Khatun and sentenced him to six months’ imprisonment.

Traveling judge Magistrate Tasmina Khatun of the court and Mozammel Haque, acting officer of the Jhalmolia Highway Police, said the raid was carried out in the Chandpur area of ​​Sadar upazila. Amal Sardar was suspected to have seen two sacks and a bag at the time. Upon questioning him, he confesses that he has a dead badge in his sack. She sells them to the indigenous people for 25 bucks. They buy the badges to eat.

After the highway police appeared before the mobile court, the judge sentenced Amal Sardar to six months’ imprisonment under Section 34 (B) of the Wildlife Protection Act of 2012. Devashish Dey, Acting Officer of Wildlife Management and Nature Management Department of Rajshahi Range was present. The kerosene was poured into the holes and the soil was pressed into the holes.