karnataka news: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, hurt by the plight of an injured elephant calf in Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, has written a letter to Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. Rahul Gandhi, currently in Karnataka as part of his ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, is spending time with his mother and interim Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on a two-day break in the midst of a long journey.
In his letter addressed to Bommai on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi said, Congress President and I visited the Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, where we saw an injured elephant baby in a painful condition with its mother. The young child’s tail and trunk are seriously injured, and is fighting for his life. Acknowledging the view that letting nature take its own course should be allowed to take course, Rahul Gandhi said exceptions are often made in the case of endangered and iconic animals, such as the injured elephant calf. in cases.
During his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Karnataka, Congress leaders have been targeting the ruling BJP in the state over “rising corruption” and “communalism”. Rahul Gandhi said, “I want to appeal to you to intervene with the spirit of your kindness and save the little elephant, away from politics.
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