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Big step of Delhi government, dog squad will be formed in forest department on the lines of security agencies


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Published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 18:13 [IST]

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New Delhi: On the lines of the security agencies of the Center, a dog squad will soon be formed in the Forest and Wildlife Department of the Delhi Government. For this, the department has also started preparation in the initial phase. The objective of the dog squad is to protect the forests along with preventing smuggling of forest and wildlife products in Delhi. This is the first time that any department of the Delhi government will have its own dog squad.

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According to an official, the need for a dog squad is being felt in the Forest and Wildlife Department. The idea for its formation has been going on for a long time. A proposal has been prepared regarding the squad and its outline is also being reviewed. Soon this proposal will be presented to the top officials. It is expected that soon the forest department personnel will be seen in Delhi with the dog squad team.

Dogs can be brought from Madhya Pradesh
Dogs can be brought from Madhya Pradesh for posting in the department. For this, a senior officer of the department has also reached Madhya Pradesh, who is taking forward the process of bringing dogs in coordination with the department there. Initially two dogs can be brought here. However, their number is also likely to increase. Dogs and their handlers are trained in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. In such a situation, there is a possibility that dogs can be brought from here.

will help in catching ambergris
With the formation of dog squad, forest personnel will be able to use them at railway stations, airports and bus stands. Ambergris is smuggled through these places. Ambergris is a solid and wax-like substance, produced from the intestines of sperm whales. However, it is referred to as vomiting by whales. Ambergris is chemically composed of alkaloids, acids and a specific compound called ambrane, which is similar to cholesterol.

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It floats around the surface of the water and sometimes settles near the shore. Its value in the market is very high. This is the reason why it is also called floating gold. The sperm whale in the country is a protected species under Schedule 2 of the Wildlife Protection Act. Possessing or trading in any of its by-products is completely illegal under the provision of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.

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Story first published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 18:13 [IST]

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