Vadodara: Two pythons rescued from Rawal and Banej villages
Vadodara, dated 22 September 2022, Thursday
An NGO working in Vadodara district to rescue and entice wild life. P.C.A. Two Azhars have been efficiently rescued by the workforce of
A seven-and-a-half-foot python was rescued from the GEB sub-station close to Rawal village in Waghodia taluk. Additionally, a python was rescued from the canal of Banej village close to Kayavaran. Raj Bhavsar’s workforce together with Rinav Kadam and his colleague, Nitin Patel of Vadodara Forest Division reached Banej village and the 10-foot lengthy python was rigorously captured. In the meantime, the villagers additionally gathered to look at the rescue operation. And the villagers had been relieved when the python was caught.