A resident called National Emergency Service No. 999 after seeing a python hanging from a mango tree inside the railway staff quarters at Fauzdarhat in Sitakunda, Chittagong. Chittagong’s Sitakunda Forest Department rescued the snake after receiving the news. Later the snake was released in Shitalpur forest.
Anwar Sattar, inspector of the National Emergency Service 999, told the Dhaka Times on Tuesday afternoon.
Anwar Sattar said Majed Khandaker, a signal engineer at Fauzdarhat railway station in Sitakunda, called 999 at 12 noon on Monday and found a 10- to 12-foot-long python hanging from a mango tree near the railway staff quarters. The residents of the quarter are terrified.
The 999 operating room was immediately informed of the matter and requested to take action. Upon receiving the news, the forest department personnel went to the spot.
Later, Sitakunda Forest Department Forest Officer Nurjahan told 999 over phone that the python had been rescued and released into the Shitalpur forest.
Dhaka Times / 04 May / AR / ES
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