Staff Reporter, Bhopal As many as 78 country-made bombs (hand grenades), hair of wild baor, its hide, flesh, material for preparing hand grenades, blood of wild animals, chop (weapon) for hunting wild animals, six fishing nets, iron knives and catapults and two cages for catching birds have been recovered from two hunters during search in Chandranagar Beat of Panna Tiger Reserve by Rapid Response Unit (flying squad).
Both the hunters have been produced before Chhatarpur court and the case is under investigation. Accused Jagbir son of Inkar Singh is 22 years old and Anjna son of Paltu is 20. Both of them are residents of village Bedari under Bameeta police station. It is noteworthy that the Panna Tiger Reserve Information Cell has made arrests in five case following declaration of red alert from Dec 2012.