Mohan is Raju the crying elephant's brother in spirit and in suffering. The pair often worked together and were abused together, but they're the closest thing to family that they have. Mohan has spent over 50 years in chains. The only life he's ever known is enslavement. He should've been released when Raju was rescued back in 2014. But Mohan's owner fled with the elephant, and he's illegally keeping him, says Wildlife SOS India.
Fortunately, Mohan's been found. He's still not receiving adequate shelter, he's still forced to work and he appears to be malnourished and dehydrated. Wildlife SOS India reports that a mob of 300 people illegally prevented Mohan's rescue on March 21, 2015, even though a court order put Mohan in the rescue organization's custody.
It's time for Raju and Mohan to get the reunion of a lifetime. It's time for Mohan to be free. Sign and share this petition urging Mr. Amrit Tripathi, IAS to expedite Mohan's release and to put him in the custody of Forest Department and Wildlife SOS India.