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Delhi High Court has refused to allow a Mahout (elephant owner) to reunite with his elephant, while rejecting his plea of habeas corpus seeking the production of the animal.

The Division Bench of Justice Manmohan and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal has held that jungle is a natural habitat of an elephant as by virtue of its natural characteristics, it requires sufficient water, large area for housing as well as for walking and grazing. Therefore, the court has a duty under the doctrine of parens patriae to take care of the rights of animals.

The present of habeas corpus was filed by a Mahout seeking the release of elephant-Laxmi from the alleged illegal custody of Elephant Rehabilitation Centre.