Injury caused by wild animal is State's failure to protect right to life: Bombay High Court

The High Court held that the State has a twin obligation to protect both wildlife as also the citizens.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

Observing that the State has a twin responsibility to protect both wild animals and citizens, the Bombay High Court on Monday ordered the Maharashtra government to pay ₹10 lakh compensation to a widow who lost her husband to an accident caused by a wild boar attack. [Anuja Arun Redij v. State of Maharashtra]

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