Cage for captured leopards in Jhignipul Nerwa. set up

The team from the Forestry Department reached out to Panchayat leopards in Jhiklipul. catch
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Nerva (Rohru). The Ministry of Forestry has intensified the leopard trapping exercise in Jhiknipul Panchayat, Chaupal subdivision. The department in Chiyali near Jhiknipul has set up a cage for this. Forest block officer Bamta Medaram, forest ranger Ghurla Beat Sushil Sharma, Chowkidar Shyamlal Sharma arrived with the cage. Fear of leopards has made it difficult for people in Panchayat to get out of their homes.
The forest department team inspected the area from Juru Nala to Chiyali. After consultation with the people, a cage was set up. In Jhiknipul Panchayat, the leopard has so far preyed on many cattle. A few days ago a young man was attacked and injured by a leopard in Jurunala.
People say that leopards live in the cave that was built on the rocks in Chiyali. Because of this, it has become difficult for people to leave their homes after sunset. Forest block official Bamta appealed to people not to let the children near the cage. On this occasion, in addition to the team from the Ministry of Forestry Panchayat Pradhan Gopal Chauhan, Deputy President Lokindra Sharma, social workers Vishal Chauhan, Ayub Khan, Biku, Krishna Dutt, Sushil Chauhan, Kamlesh Sharma and Krishna Dutt were present.

Nerva (Rohru). The Ministry of Forestry has intensified the leopard trapping exercise in Jhiknipul Panchayat, Chaupal subdivision. The department in Chiyali near Jhiknipul has set up a cage for this. Forest block officer Bamta Medaram, forest ranger Ghurla Beat Sushil Sharma, Chowkidar Shyamlal Sharma arrived with the cage. Fear of leopards has made it difficult for people in Panchayat to get out of their homes.

The forest department team inspected the area from Juru Nala to Chiyali. After consultation with the people, a cage was set up. In Jhiknipul Panchayat, the leopard has so far preyed on many cattle. A few days ago a young man was attacked and injured by a leopard in Jurunala.

People say that leopards live in the cave that was built on the rocks in Chiyali. Because of this, it has become difficult for people to leave their homes after sunset. Forest block official Bamta appealed to people not to let the children near the cage. On this occasion, in addition to the team from the Ministry of Forestry Panchayat Pradhan Gopal Chauhan, Deputy President Lokindra Sharma, social workers Vishal Chauhan, Ayub Khan, Biku, Krishna Dutt, Sushil Chauhan, Kamlesh Sharma and Krishna Dutt were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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