Friendly response by NDRF save the Baboons starving on tree for days
In a motherly care like rescue NDRF team from RRC Ajmer save four big size Baboons (Langoor) stucked on a tree for days in Raipuria Village in Jalore district of Rajasthan. The teams work on the natural habit of the Langoors and prepared habitat for them to reach on safety ground.
In first of its kind rescue by the NDRF, the teams responded to the request of Jalore district administration for help and rescue the Baboons stuck atop a tree in the flooded area. Vadodara NDRF Regional Response Centre (RRC) at Ajmer rushed to the location and found the Baboons offensive due to starving for food for four days. The teams then accept the motherly care approach to save them from the spot.
“The Baboons were there without food for four days and became offensive when our teams tried to climb up the tree. We then work on their natural habit and habitat and lure them with bananas and biscuits put inside the boat we hangered with the tree. The team then prepare a temporary base on the water using branches of the trees and help the Baboons reached the land hopping through the way. Under supervision of R. S. Chauhan, Deputy Commandant RRC Nareli Ajmer the team showed exemplary patience and motivated to be calm and friendly with the animals and rescued them safely in long six hours hectic operation,” said R. K. MishraDeputy commandant and PRO 6 NDRF Vadodara.
Commandant R.S. Joon was present at the RRC Regional Response Centre Nareli, Ajmer and the District administration and local community appreciated the team effort to rescue the Baboons. The rescue is a new chapter in NDRF operations and serve their motto to save everyone from the disaster no matter what the circumstances put in front of them.