On Monday, seven Qatari nationals were arrested by Levies for hunting precious birds in Balochistan’s Nushki district.
According to Abdur Razzak Sasoli, Nushki Deputy Commissioner, the arrested foreigner neither had a license nor a no-objection certificate.
According to Wildlife Department official, those Qataris were handed over to the Forest and Wildlife Department and shifted to Nushki Circuit House.
Members of the Qatari royal family are also involved and arrested for hunting the birds.
Meanwhile, a Qatari national submitted a challan worth $131,000 for hunting houbara bustards and falcons.
The man deposited $100,000 for hunting houbara bustards and $31,000 for hunting falcons.
The Balochistan government has set a fee of $100,000 for hunting of a hundred houbara bustards and hunting a falcon costs $1,000.