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KAZIRANGA, March 14 - State Water Resource Minister Keshav Mahanta has categorically said that under no circumstances the poachers would be allowed to roam freely inside any protected areas of Assam including Kaziranga and Manas National Parks and would be shot at if the poachers don�t surrender before the Forest guards.

While addressing mediapersons at Kohora Police Guest today, Cabinet Minister Mahanta said that Assam government has taken up the matter of rhino horn recovery at Baihata Chariali seriously adding that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal had instructed the investigating agencies concerned to bring the culprits to book soon. The information recovered from the mobile phones of the culprits were being investigated by the authority. Mahanta also said that the officials including Kaziranga DFO and Forest personnel were engaged in combing operations inside the Kaziranga National Park to find any possible leads including carcass of rhinos.

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Govt serious about rhino horn recovery

KAZIRANGA, March 14 - State Water Resource Minister Keshav Mahanta has categorically said that under no circumstances the poachers would be allowed to roam freely inside any protected areas of Assam including Kaziranga and Manas National Parks and would be shot at if the poachers don�t surrender before the Forest guards.

While addressing mediapersons at Kohora Police Guest today, Cabinet Minister Mahanta said that Assam government has taken up the matter of rhino horn recovery at Baihata Chariali seriously adding that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal had instructed the investigating agencies concerned to bring the culprits to book soon. The information recovered from the mobile phones of the culprits were being investigated by the authority. Mahanta also said that the officials including Kaziranga DFO and Forest personnel were engaged in combing operations inside the Kaziranga National Park to find any possible leads including carcass of rhinos.