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Indian Civet Cat Wreaks Havoc in Pakistan Parliament

© Photo : Twitter/ screenshot Indian Civet cat sows fear and panic at Pakistani Parliament
 Indian Civet cat sows fear and panic at Pakistani Parliament - Sputnik India, 1920, 19.04.2023
In the past, wild animals like leopards have entered the official residence of Pakistan's Prime Minister and the parliament.
An Indian civet cat paid an unexpected visit to the Pakistani Parliament on Tuesday, wreaking havoc in several offices of lawmakers inside the building, local media reported on Wednesday.
This is the second civet cat to sneak into the Pakistani Parliament building, most likely seeking shelter from the rain.
The poor animal was eventually caught by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) personnel and released into the wild. It is presumed that the civet cat ventured into the parliament complex either through a nearby drain or via ducts of air conditioners.
Rina Saeed Khan, the chairperson of the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board (IWMB), said that the civet cats are commonly found in drains and green belts along with jackals.
"Their bites can cause rabies. But a civet cat bite has never been reported," she added.
The mammal fell from the roof of an office inside the parliament compound before the CDA staff captured it with the help of a piece of cloth.
However, this isn't the first time a wild animal has made its way to Pakistan's power corridors.
In 2009, a wild leopard was seen roaming in the grounds of the then-premier Yousuf Raza Gilani's official residence in Islamabad.
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