In the wake of living in Islamabad’s Marghazar Zoo for a very long time, Pakistan’s only Asiatic elephant Kaavan is taking off to Cambodia in a jet today Sunday.
Malik Amin Aslam said that the animal is being taken to the Islamabad air terminal from the zoo. A special Russian jet has been set out to move the elephant.
India on Sunday attempted to make a barrier in transportation of Kaavan, the elephant, from Pakistan to Cambodia after the neighboring nation would not permit a continuous cargo flight conveying the elephant.
The Indian authorities have commanded that the flight remain at the New Delhi air terminal for two hours that could present danger to the wellbeing of the elephant.
The Indian authorities while attempting to conceal their act said that the cargo organization has not applied for a continuous trip to Cambodia.
Adviser to Prime Minister for Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam ordered of the Indian authorities to permit a direct trip for a cargo plane conveying Kaavan so it could be moved effortlessly to an animal safe-haven in Cambodia.
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