He is the world’s top tiger poacher. Bengal tiger poaching is probably the single biggest reason for the gradual extinction of the Bengal tiger. The Bengal tiger is the tiger because the other tiger subspecies are on their last legs. If a tiger subspecies can survive it is the Bengal tiger but….not like this.
Because of a legal technicality, the courts released the world’s most notorious Bengal tiger poacher. They say he has killed hundreds of big cats. Him and his family. He wiped out the entire tiger population of one tiger reserve – the Sariska National Park of Rajasthan in India. Amazing but true. One day the park management woke up and found that there were no tigers in their tiger reserve. This man killed them all. I have to presume that he sold the carcasses to the Asian medicine market which is big business.
His name: Sansar Chand – please remember it and petition against him. Hound him. Make him miserable.
This video explains it all (please be patient with the adverts and wait for the news report):
Rudolph Furtado, a respected PoCer living in Mumbai, India (so he has first hand news information) made this comment:
Just a few days back Mr Sansar Chand, India’s most notorious tiger poacher was acquitted by a court and will be a “FREE MAN”. Sansar Chand is solely responsible for the total extinction of tigers in the “Sariska National Park” of Rajasthan in India. If such a notorious man escapes justice then what message does this send to “Petty poachers”?
Every Indian poacher would take a pot-shot at a tiger as they realize that the punishment even if caught would never amount to a death sentence or a life-long prison term. Besides poaching, forests are diminishing at a rapid rate and i wonder as to how long can small populations of wild tigers be confined to a national park where “INBREEDING” would be the final nail in the coffin
I can’t really add much more. To a tiger poacher, India’s tiger reserves are like a shop full of expensive gold and diamond jewellery. All the tigers (not many) are in a confined area and each dead tiger is worth a small fortune to a poacher on the Asian medicine market. You break into the reserve (the “shop”) and grab what you can get. All you have to do is find the tigers and I suspect that they get the assistance of park wardens who are bribed. There is so much money in the market that even the most loyal park warden will be tempted.
We must not forget the leopard. The leopard is terribly abused and mercilessly poached. The leopard is one of the big cats. They are beautiful. It makes me feel sad.