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Uttar Pradesh / Baghpat : Snake’s Thirteenth Yagya performed for peace of soul, hundreds of villagers participated

In Shabga village of Chhaprauli area, villagers organized a yagya after a snake was killed by a young man from another community. Also Prasad was distributed. Hindu organization activists and hundreds of villagers participated in the event. On January 7, in Shabga village of the police station area, a young man from another community had beaten to death a 12 feet long snake sitting in the plot of Sanjeev’s son Mahendra with sticks and arrows. After that, the accused youth was taking the snake by hanging it on a stick. That’s why someone made his video from mobile and made it viral on social media. The accused youth buried the dead body of the snake in the ground. On the basis of the viral video, the police identified the youth and got the snake out of the pit and informed the forest department.

On the complaint of forest guard Sanjay Kumar, the police got the post-mortem of the snake done while registering a case against Swaleen, a resident of Shabga, under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. In which Veterinarian Dr. Rohit Singh had told in the post-mortem report that the spinal cord of the snake was broken, head injury, internal bleeding, brain damage. After the postmortem, the villagers cremated the dead body of the snake.

Villagers Satyendra Saroha, Rajendra Singh and Sanjeev told that on Friday, on the thirteenth day of the snake, a yagya was organized in the Saroha Patti Shiva temple as per the rules and regulations. Hundreds of people offered oblations and kept silence for two minutes for the peace of the soul. After that Prasad was distributed.