Difficult to Cultivate with Elephant Terrorism – Elephant Terrorism Difficult to Cultivate

Difficult to cultivate with elephant terror
Harevali The terror of elephants in villages near the Sahuwala forest has made it difficult for farmers to cultivate. The farmers camp at night to save grain. It is believed that the Ministry of Forestry officials take no action even after a complaint has been made.
Elephants have caused terror in the villages next to the Sahuwala forest area, Bhagauta, Shah Nagar Kurali, Ramnagar Gosai, Inayatpur, etc. The farmers camp at night to save grain. Farmers such as Kripal Singh, Mohan Singh, Jaipal Singh and Satyapal Singh, residents of Shahnagar Kurali, said a herd of elephants trampled and destroyed 10 bigha crops of sugar cane and wheat in the fields on Monday evening. Due to the lack of a water system in the forest area, elephants search for water in the pend area of ​​the Ram Ganga Barrage. At the same time, crops are trampled and destroyed. The forest office no longer pays attention to it. There is no strong whitewater drinking system in the forests. Farmers find it difficult to cultivate.
Forest officer Virendra Singh Rawat says there are three waterfalls in the forest area. Which contains enough water. This year the elephant movement comes from the forests and the population comes more from the region. The team was deployed in the jungle to stop elephants. The team is immediately committed to supporting the farmers. Efforts are being made to hunt the elephants with the help of farmers. Compensation is granted after the farmers’ harvests have been assessed.

Difficult to cultivate with elephant terror

Harevali The terror of elephants in villages near the Sahuwala forest has made it difficult for farmers to cultivate. The farmers camp at night to save grain. It is believed that the Ministry of Forestry officials take no action even after a complaint has been made.

Elephants have caused terror in the villages near the forest area of ​​Sahuwala, Bhagauta, Shah Nagar Kurali, Ramnagar Gosai, Inayatpur, etc. The farmers camp at night to save grain. Farmers such as Kripal Singh, Mohan Singh, Jaipal Singh and Satyapal Singh, residents of Shahnagar Kurali, said a herd of elephants trampled and destroyed 10 bigha crops of sugar cane and wheat in the fields on Monday evening. Due to the lack of a water system in the forest area, elephants search for water in the pend area of ​​the Ram Ganga Barrage. At the same time, harvests are trampled on and destroyed. The forest office no longer pays attention to it. There is no strong whitewater drinking system in the forests. Farmers find it difficult to cultivate.

Forest officer Virendra Singh Rawat says there are three waterfalls in the forest area. Which contains enough water. This year the elephant movement comes from the forests and the population comes more from the region. The team was deployed in the jungle to stop elephants. The team is immediately committed to supporting the farmers. Efforts are being made to hunt the elephants with the help of farmers. Compensation is granted after the farmers’ harvests have been assessed.

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