In the last stage of training, the elephant is sent to the forest on its own. Once it returns, the jumbo would be a trained Kumki elephant.
Suresh, a native of Padayanippara, found the tiger along with the deer (a red muntjac) around 5.45am on Monday.
The elephant ate sacks of rice and sugar in the lorry. Panicked seeing the jumbo approaching the vehicle, the driver and other workers fled the scene.
The 22-year-old victim was a native of Chitradurga in Karnataka.
According to the organizers, the aim of Pawsome Party was to widen the collective of animal lovers and to create awareness that pets too have a world of celebration.
Residents later chased the elephant into the wild.
The minister also said that the archaic laws passed by the Parliament with regard to wildlife conservation should be changed.
He said, “Banning the hunting of wild animals that pose threat is not logical. It should be allowed outside national parks. Animals are facing issues like extinction due to problems like pollution.”
The majority of pet diets do not meet nutritional needs and must be supplemented with nutritious toppers and the immune system of your pet is supported by these nutrients.
The incident occurred at around 10 am when the farmer, along with some of the labourers were working in the plantation in Santhanpara village in Idukki district.