KARACHI - The four newly brought baby elephants will be accessible to general public from today (Thursday) as the 48 hours monitoring period has come to an end on Wednesday, The Nations learnt. Great jubilation was observed in the Safari Park, when four baby elephants were witnessed trumpeting in the quarantine station, but the visitors were not allowed for the spectacle till Wednesday due to 48 hours strict monitoring of the loving species. After passing 48 hours in the Safari Park, the baby elephants, imported from Tanzania are quite relax and enjoying the new environment. Keeping in view this condition of the species, the city government authorities have decided to open the quarantine stations for the general public from 6.pm to 8.30.pm on Thursday evening. Informed sources said that two elephants handling experts, who came along with the elephants from Tanzania to monitor the quarantine period, has permitted the Safari Park authorities to allow the public visiting at the quarantine station of elephants to see the new animals during the evening time. The EDO, Community Development Department (CDD), Rehana Saif, while visiting the quarantine station on Wednesday reviewed the care and arrangements facilities for the newly boarded elephants and announced that that public would be allowed to see the animals at quarantine station during evening time from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. Talking to the media men, Rehana Saif said that citizens were frequently visiting Safari Park along with their children as summer vocations were going on presently. She said that children were observed very desperate to see the baby elephants, thus we decided to open the elephant enclosure as a lot of pressure was mounting on the Safari Park management. She mentioned that, however, the official inauguration ceremony of four elephants would be held later in a splendid and befitting manner.