Belinda Wright, executive director of the Wildlife Protection Society of India, says that the death of Amit Jethwa is a great tragedy for the wildlife movement in India. According to Wright, now more than ever, wildlife activists can't afford to be fearful for speaking out against injustice. "If you decided in your life to fight for wildlife, then fight you must," she says.
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