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Tuesday, February 27 2024

Mysuru: Keeping rare migratory birds, Actor Darshan & wife booked

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Mysuru: The Forest Department has booked Kannada Actor Darshan, his wife Vijayalakshmi and farmhouse manager Nagaraj under the Wildlife Protection Act for allegedly keeping rare migratory birds at their farmhouse in outskirts of the City.

The Actor allegedly possessed bar-headed geese. On the night of Friday January 20, Forest Department Officials searched Darshan’s farmhouse and found four bar-headed geese. The birds were rescued and released near Hadinaru Lake.

The raid was conducted after Darshan in a recent interview , mentioned the rare animals and birds at his farm. A case has been registered under the Wildlife Protection Act (WPA), 1972 for illegally possessing bar-headed geese, a species which falls under Schedule 2 of the Act.

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