15 July :- Only 60 poisonous snakes were found in a Zilla Parishad school in Hingoli district of Maharashtra. Once learned to be a snake, there was only one move among the students and the school employees. This school is run by Zilla Parishad in Pangra Bokhara village. On Friday afternoon, a woman went to the wooded area to make children’s food. At that time, she found two snakes there.
#Visuals from Maharashtra: 60 Russells viper snakes were found in the kitchen of a Zilla Parishad school in Pangra Bokhare village of Hingoli district yesterday. The snakes were later rescued by a snake catcher. pic.twitter.com/4mS0kRX0h1
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After lifting some wood, she found another 58 snakes there. She put this type of information on the heads of school lecturers. The school’s headmistress Trimbak Bhosale said that we were distracted by the sight of so many such snakes at the same time. When the people of the village heard about it, they took the stick and the stones, but I prevented them from killing snakes.
After that we called a vigilante dancer named Vicky Dalal. He worked for two hours and seized all snakes safely and put it in a big bottle. The school’s manager Bhimrao Bhokhare said that after all the snake was handed over to forest department officer Jedi Katchave.