HSI/India has announced a reward of 50,000 INR for information on the identity of the perpetrators.

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Humane Society International (HSI) India has announced
50,000 to track down monsters who gave mother pineapple bomb

The brutal killing of a pregnant wild elephant in Kerala led to widespread condemnation. From Tweeple to celebrities, people have been demanding strict action against the perpetrators. The pregnant wild elephant in Silent Valley Forest had fallen victim to an act of human cruelty on May 27, after a pineapple filled with powerful crackers offered by a man exploded in her mouth when she chomped on it.

On Wednesday, Humane Society International/India, organisation that works to promote the human-animal bond, took to Instagram and wrote, “UPDATE #KERALA #ELEPHANT firecracker case: HSI/India has announced a reward of 50,000 INR for information on the identity of the perpetrators. We understand the impact of human-wildlife conflict on communities but strongly condemn any retaliatory maiming or killing of wild animals.