Akhtar Imam who lives in Patna, wrote his property worth crores, to his pet elephants Moti and Rani. The man was a victim of attempted murder once and it was then that these elephants saved his life.
The 50-year-old is the chief manager of the Jipur resident and Erawat Institution at Fulwarisharif in Patna. Imam has been taking care of the elephants since he was 12. He still continues to visit various states in India for elephant trainings.
While speaking to Newsd.in, Akhtar Imam stated that once during the night, the elephants saw a man carrying a pistol approaching his home. It was then that Moti and Rani began trumpeting and made Imam aware of the incident.
Imam has handed over half of his property to his wife and has written his share to the elephants of Erawat Institution. After Imam’s death, if both the elephants die, their property will go to the institution.