Bihar Man Gives Property Worth Rs 5 Crore To His Two Elephants
"Once, there was an attempt of murder made against me. At that time the elephants saved me. When some miscreants armed with pistols tried to enter my room my elephant started trumpeting. It woke me up and I was able to shout and raise an alarm due to which the miscreants ran away," Imam said.
Akhtar has been living away for the last 10 years from his wife and children, to whom he has willed half of his property. The remaining property is worth about Rs 5 crore, which includes farms, houses and bank balance, etc. Now, this is all for Moti and Rani. However, his own family has become an enemy after doing so. Akhtar alleges that his family members are trying to sell the elephants to animal smugglers. He has demanded the safety of his and the elephants from Bihar's Chief Conservator and Patna Police.
Bihar: Akhtar Imam, an animal lover from Patna, gives his entire property to his two elephants Moti & Rani. He says, "Animals are faithful, unlike humans. I've worked for the conservation of elephants for many years. I don't want that after my death my elephants are orphaned". pic.twitter.com/W64jYsED33— ANI (@ANI) June 10, 2020