Should rhino and tiger poachers be shot? Debate rages in India

27 February 2017

The question of how far India should go in its battle against poachers came into focus earlier this month after the airing of a BBC documentary that claimed rangers at one national park were encouraged to shoot any poachers – armed or unarmed.

Read it in full at The National: http://www.thenational.ae/world/south-asia/should-rhino-and-tiger-poachers-be-shot-debate-rages-in-india

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