Professor of OUAT Indramani Nath, who took X-ray to see if there was any bone injury, found that the Cobra was containing eggs in its abdomen.
Bijapur encounter: Released CoBRA commander suffers dehydration, to stay hospitalised for another week
Manhas was released ‘unconditionally’ by the Maoists on April 8 after he was taken into captivity following the Bijapur ambush that killed 22 jawans.
The jawan who hails from Jammu is being brought to the Tarrem camp of the Central Reserve Police Force located in Bijapur, a senior officer of the paramilitary said.
'We want the government to inform us about the action it is taking for his release,' Meenu, wife of abducted jawan Rakeshwar Singh Minhas, said in a fervent appeal from the protest site.
The rebels on Tuesday had expressed their willingness for negotiation had sought that a mediator is appointed by the government to secure the jawan's release.
The Maoists have, however, not raised any formal demands for the release of the commando.
Chhattisgarh encounter: Seven-month pregnant wife of slain jawan hasn't informed about her husband's death
The villages of two CRPF jawans of the CoBRA battalion sunk into gloom and tears as the news of their martyrdom reached them on late Sunday evening.
Sources also said there is a possibility that Naxals may have got inputs about the movement of security force personnel from locals.
The family of Commando Rakeshwar Singh Minhas was in deep shock after the news of the deadly ambush on Saturday and his disappearance broke out.
Bablu Rabha, who hailed from Damra Patpara near Dudhnoi in Goalpara district, belonged to the CRPF’s elite CoBRA unit.
Motorists passing through the road in the morning found the eight-foot-long snake slithering on the road.
Veterinary officials said the king cobra suffered minor wounds and was kept under observation before being released near a wetland in Tenda forest inside the sanctuary.
The state police also said that a search operation by district police, CRPF and Jharkhand Jaguar unit has been launched.
The women commandos will soon be deployed in the anti-Naxal operations grid of the country.
The Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) was raised under the CRPF in 2009 for undertaking intelligence-based jungle warfare operations.