Probe ordered into Ravindra Jadeja’s ‘selfie’ with lions
The Gujarat forest department has ordered an inquiry into the alleged incident of cricketer Ravindra Jadeja taking ‘selfie’, which is not permitted, with lions at the Gir wildlife sanctuary at Sasan in Junagadh.
The alleged incident occurred just days after the forest department advised tourists and locals against taking ‘selfie’ with lions.
After some of the photos–where Jadeja along with his wife Reeva can be seen posing in front of lions– went viral on social media platforms, Chief Conservator of Forests (CCF), Junagadh, A P Singh ordered an inquiry and asked the Sanctuary Superintendent to submit a report within two days.
“After the matter came to our knowledge yesterday, I have ordered an inquiry into the issue. I have asked the sanctuary superintendent to submit a report within next two-three days.
We will take action based on the report,” said Singh.