NEW DELHI: Mohan, the world's 'unluckiest elephant', is at long last home. The tusker was tied and mishandled for as far back as 50 years of his life, Wildlife SOS says.
The 55-year-old, who was protected from Uttar Pradesh's Pratapgarh, has at last achieved Wildlife SOS's Elephant Care Center, Mathura on Thursday.Presently in his last home, veterinarians and a committed group of specialists have graphed an eating regimen and treatment arrangement for Mohan, who is extremely skinny because of serious ailing health and disregard.
"His digestive system has been severely compromised by worm infestation. His body is covered in wounds and his liver functioning is severely affected. With treatment equipment along with water baths, pools for hydrotherapy we are hopeful for his speedy recovery," said veterinarian Yaduraj Khadpekar.
"We appreciate the compassionate approach of the Lucknow High Court Bench who recognised the deteriorating condition of the elephant and issued necessary remedial orders to ensure his safety," said animal welfare organisation Wildlife SOS's co-founder Kartick Satyanarayan.
He included that the Elephant Conservation and Care Center in Mathura has important offices to give this elephant the consideration that he merits.Mohan, alongside Raju, another elephant which had been saved by Wildlife SOS two years once more from Allahabad, was gotten as a calf and sold at Sonepur Cattle Fair in Bihar.