Case registered against hunting group led by Qatari prince for hunting illegally in Thar

Wild life department Sindh has registered case against Qatari hunting group led by Qatari prince Sheikh Fahd Abdullah Abdul Rehman Al-Sanie for illegally hunting in the area specified for UAE royal family.

According to media report, Ashfaq Memon, an officer of Wild Life department Sindh said Qatari group was found involved in illegal activities in prohibited area.

Later they were taken out from the respective area with the help of local police. First offence report under wild life act has been registered against Qatari hunting party. The matter is being investigated.

Sources said that UAE protested with Pakistan when the reports about Qatari group activities reached them. Later Qatari group was expelled from the area after two days hunting.

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