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BREAKING: The uncrowned king ‘Raja’ took the final farewell in the royal style.

World’s oldest Royal Bengal tiger died in Jaldapada
Excessive officers of DM and Forest Division paid tribute to the king

Ajay Sah

Alipurduar : Royal Bengal Tiger ‘Raja’, thought of the world’s oldest uncrowned king, handed away on Monday after residing on the Dakshin Kherwadi Tiger Rehabilitation Heart below Jallapada Nationwide Park in Alipurduar district for years. He was 25 years 10 months 18 days outdated. He was dwelling on this tiger rehabilitation middle since 2006. On August 23, the Forest Division was busy in making ready for his twenty sixth birthday. However on account of his sudden demise, an environment of mourning has unfold from forest officers to forest employees. On Monday, prime officers of forest division and administration, together with Jallapada DFO Deepak M, Alipurduar district ruler Surendra Kumar Meena, Madarihat BDO, had arrived to pay their final farewell and tribute to the king. Allow us to let you know that the king was not born in a zoo or jail, he was really a wild male tiger of the Sundarbans. Actually, in 2006, whereas crossing the Matla river within the Sundarbans forest, a crocodile attacked Raja’s proper leg and broken virtually half of his leg. Then the injured tiger king, who was battling for all times and loss of life, was dropped at the Tiger Rehabilitation Heart in South Khairbari of Jallapada Forest Division. After months of laborious work by the departmental folks, the king received a brand new life. Since then Raja Kherwadi turned a resident of the rehabilitation centre. As we speak the glory of the middle has been misplaced together with his loss of life. There’s an environment of mourning between the forest officers who deal with him.

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