No person shall hunt any wild animal specified in Schedule, I, II, III and IV except as provided below.
HUNTING OF WILD ANIMALS TO BE PERMITTED IN CERTAIN CASES
The Chief Wildlife Warden may, if he is satisfied that any wild animal specified in Sch. 1 has become dangerous to human life or is so disabled or diseased as to be beyond recovery, permit any person to hunt such animal or cause animal to be hunted;
The Chief Wildlife Warden or the authorised officer may, if he is satisfied that any wild animal specified in Sch. II Sch, III or Sch. IV has become dangerous to human life or to property (including standing crops on any land) or is so disabled or diseased as to be beyond recovery permit any person to hunt such animal or cause such animal to be hunted.
The killing or wounding in good faith of any wild animal in defence of oneself or of any other person shall not be an offence
Any wild animal killed or wounded in defence of any person shall be Government property.
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