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She was a woman trapped in a man's body; he, a man in a woman's body.Three years ago, they found each other when they came to Mumbai for gender reassignment, and the meeting ended up transitioning into love."PETA commends and thanks the Washim police and forest department for devoting the serious attention to this case that it deserves.The attackers may now be prevented from harming more animals and humans thanks to the forest department and police's swift action," added Ashar."The court rejected the bail plea of all the three accused, extending their judicial custody to December 22 after the forest department objected to the bail plea in court following PETA action," said an animal rights activist demanding stringent punishment for the culprits.In its complaint, PETA India stated that one man could be seen mercilessly beating a langur with a stick in a video that went viral.Laxmi Lobo, a Shivaji Park resident, said there was waterlogging in the park."In fact, rain water has not been draining out and we were plan ning to complain to the ward office about the same. Thunder and lightning was also witnessed in areas around Mumbai like Ulhasnagar and Ambernath.Weathermen said heavy rain is likely at isolated places September 17 onwards and will continue till next day.
Sukanyeah recalled, "I got a call from a relative, and I was speaking to them in Malayalam about my surgery and health.
Mumbai has been witnessing thundershowers since the start of the week.
On Thursday, waterlogging was reported at some places.
The incident took place on December 14, and PETA learnt of the incident through the viral video.
"People who commit acts of cruelty to animals often move on to hurting humans," said PETA's emergency response coordinator, Meet Ashar.
When I finished my call, he was talking to someone on the phone in the same language.