Man who killed 15 endangered rhinos handed over to Nepali cops

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 10 Feb 2015

Vulnerable species: Indian one-horned rhinoceroses drinking water from a pond at a wildlife sanctuary. — AFP

PETALING JAYA: Nepal’s most wanted fugitive rhino poacher in recent years has been deported back to his home country after being arrested by Malaysian police.

National Central Bureau/Interpol assistant director Supt Gan Thek Guan confirmed that Rajkumar Praja, 31, was deported to Nepal on Sunday.

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