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Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal took notice of the incident, following which the authorities took into custody Saqlain alias Sherwala, and his pet lion, according to a report of Tribune.com. Upon checking the documents, the cops found that his license was expired, hence, action will be initiated against him. The lion has been returned to its home as police consult the wildlife department on further action.
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