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Lahore safari park employee killed in a lion attack

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LAHORE: Safari Park employee on Raiwind Road was killed in a lion attack.

The 18-year-old employee, Bilal, was cutting the grass when the lions attacked him, say the Safari Park administration on Raiwind Road.

Talking to NewsBox, director Safari Park Chaudhry Shafqat said that he comes to know about the incident of the youngster’s death at 10 am this morning, the child’s relatives had contacted the Safari Park administration in the morning, the relatives said their child was missing from two days. They said they wanted to find a child in the park and when they search they found some pieces of the human body from the park.

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Police are collecting evidence related to the incident, the director said.

According to police, the incident of lion attack on the young man is two days old, the deceased was named Bilal from ‘Athowal’ village and his uncle was employed in the safari park, Bilal jumped into the lion’s cage to cut the grass.
On the other hand, the father of the young man, Muhammad Sharif, denied any legal action against the park administration and demanded the handing over of the son’s body.

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