Bahraich – Elefant reached population and destroyed three houses

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Bichiya (Bahraich). After leaving the forest, the tusk elephant reached the village of Amba. The elephant demolished three thatched houses. Family members saved their lives by walking. The villagers could not sleep through the night because of the elephant attack. The forest staff who arrived after receiving the information inspected the site. The DFO has ordered the siren and fire to sound in the air to drive the elephant into the forest.
Large numbers of elephants roam the Katarniaghat Wildlife Division. After leaving the forest and reaching the elephant population, they harm the villagers. The tusk elephant (toothed) came out of the forest in the village of Amba in the Katarniaghat Mountains late at night. He destroyed the Pucca house of the son of the villager Mahendra, Shri Bhagwan. Afterwards the elephant destroyed the house of Laxmi wife Karan and Laxmishankar Chaudhary son Budhram of the village itself. After that, other households including grain were destroyed by the tribe. The villagers ran to save their lives by making noise. The elephant continued clapping in front of the village. The villagers gathered when they heard the elephant chirp. Everyone found out about the elephant attack in the area office. Forest workers arrived and examined the damage. Forest official Ramkumar said the villagers were instructed to be vigilant. Compensation will be made upon receipt of the application. In this case, Divisional Forest Officer Akashdeep Badhwan says the elephant’s location is being tracked. The elephant is then driven away by being shot in the air and sounding sirens to drive it into the forest. So that the villagers are not harmed.

Bichiya (Bahraich). After leaving the forest, the tusk elephant reached the village of Amba. The elephant demolished three thatched houses. Family members saved their lives by walking. The villagers could not sleep through the night because of the elephant attack. The forest staff who arrived after receiving the information inspected the site. The DFO has ordered the siren and fire to sound in the air to drive the elephant into the forest.

Large numbers of elephants roam the Katarniaghat Wildlife Division. After leaving the forest and reaching the elephant population, they harm the villagers. The tusk elephant (toothed) came out of the forest in the village of Amba in the Katarniaghat Mountains late at night. He destroyed the Pucca house of the son of the villager Mahendra, Shri Bhagwan. Afterwards the elephant destroyed the house of Laxmi wife Karan and Laxmishankar Chaudhary son Budhram of the village itself. After that, other households including grain were destroyed by the tribe. The villagers ran to save their lives by making noise. The elephant continued clapping in front of the village. The villagers gathered when they heard the elephant chirp. Everyone found out about the elephant attack in the area office. Forest workers arrived and examined the damage. Forest official Ramkumar said the villagers were instructed to be vigilant. Compensation will be made upon receipt of the application. In this case, Divisional Forest Officer Akashdeep Badhwan says the elephant’s location is being tracked. The elephant is then driven away by being shot in the air and sounding sirens to drive it into the forest. So that the villagers are not harmed.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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