Indian-origin man jailed 20 months for laundering USD 200k
Indian-origin man jailed 20 months for laundering USD 200k

Islamabad: An American has hunted Pakistan’s national animal and rare wildlife species markhor after paying a record USD 110,000 permit fee during a trophy hunting season in the country’s northern Gilgit-Baltistan region. Markhor, a distinctive species of wild goat identified by its long hair and spiralled horns, is a protected species in Pakistan unless permitted by the government to kill it under trophy hunting programmes. US national Bryan Kinsel Harlan hunted the highest-priced, flared-horned animal Monday from the Sassi-Harmosh community conservation area in Sassi village of Gilgit, Dawn news reported.

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