Elephants broke the fence of Lake Nagria and destroyed the farmers’ crops

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Villagers woke up and spent the night listening to the elephants’ trumpeting
Bankeganj. Wild elephants, which a week ago came from Nepal via the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve to Futa Kua in the Kishanpur Sanctuary, are camping these days in the forest of Jatpura Beet in the buffer zone of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. These wild elephants broke the fence around Lake Nagaria on Wednesday evening. Plants were also trampled on. The farmers’ harvests were also damaged. The villagers woke up and spent the night pounding the elephants.
On Wednesday these wild elephants made the forest of Jatpura Beat in the buffer zone of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve their hiding place. From there this group of elephants crossed the great canal and the railway line at around five o’clock in the evening and reached the forest of the Mahurena beets. There was a lot of noise around Lake Nagaria in the evening. They broke the fence around the lake. Plants were also uprooted. They then attacked the fields adjacent to the forest in Polganj by Mahurena Panchayat. Where farmers in the fields of Ram Naresh, Khublal, Tilak Ram, Prabhat, Jagdish, Vijay Chauhan, Madan Lal, Shri Ram, Ram Ram Sanehi, Bal Ram Verma etc. The villagers sensed their presence after hearing the chirping of the elephants. Farmers have lost their sleep because they worry that their crops will be crushed under the feet of the elephants. After that, the elephants left and reached their old place Jatpura Forest on Thursday morning.
Due to the elephant migration between Jatpura and the Mahurena Forest, the danger around the railway line and Lake Nagariya has increased. The forest staff constantly monitor the elephants and alert the villagers. On the other hand, farmers worried by the trampling of the crops said that farming on the land adjacent to the forest was a problem. Every day other herbivorous wildlife, including Nilgai, leave the forest and reach the fields, damaging the crops. Now their happiness and hopes are being crushed under the feet of the elephants.
A group of wild elephants from Nepal camp in the Jatpura beet forest. During the night the elephants broke the fences, pillars of the wires around Lake Nagria. The farmers’ harvests were also damaged. The forestry department keeps an eye on the elephants. – Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Buffer Zone
Forest workers alert about Nepalese elephants
Mother. As soon as the herd of Nepalese elephants reached the border of the Mohammadi Mountains, the forest workers started issuing a warning.
Ranger Mobin Arif and forester Jagdish Verma said the elephant herd has now reached the border of Mohammadi’s Mountains near Mahurina Nagaria village next to Khutar Road and is destroying the farmers’ crops, leaving the village’s villagers in next to the forest panic.
Maheshpur forestry personnel and STPF personnel are working with villagers to try to bring the elephants back on Khutar Road. Some hit barrels and drums and some crack crackers. Farmers say that when a herd of elephants cross the road and enter the Sahajaniya Forest, they harvest sugar cane, rice, corn, etc. He urged the department heads to take concrete steps. Forged tractors also prove to be failures in front of elephants. conversation

Villagers woke up and spent the night listening to the elephants’ trumpeting

Bankeganj. Wild elephants, which a week ago came from Nepal via the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve to Futa Kua in the Kishanpur Sanctuary, are camping these days in the forest of Jatpura Beet in the buffer zone of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. These wild elephants broke the fence around Lake Nagaria on Wednesday evening. Plants were also trampled on. The farmers’ harvests were also damaged. The villagers woke up and spent the night pounding the elephants.

On Wednesday these wild elephants made the forest of Jatpura Beat in the buffer zone of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve their hiding place. From there this group of elephants crossed the great canal and the railway line at around five o’clock in the evening and reached the forest of the Mahurena beets. There was a lot of noise around Lake Nagaria in the evening. They broke the fence around the lake. Plants were also uprooted. They then attacked the fields adjacent to the forest in Polganj by Mahurena Panchayat. Where farmers in the fields of Ram Naresh, Khublal, Tilak Ram, Prabhat, Jagdish, Vijay Chauhan, Madan Lal, Shri Ram, Ram Ram Sanehi, Bal Ram Verma etc. The villagers sensed their presence after hearing the chirping of the elephants. Farmers have lost their sleep because they worry that their crops will be crushed under the feet of the elephants. After that, the elephants left and reached their old place Jatpura Forest on Thursday morning.

Due to the elephant migration between Jatpura and the Mahurena Forest, the danger around the railway line and Lake Nagariya has increased. The forest staff constantly monitor the elephants and alert the villagers. On the other hand, farmers worried by the trampling of the crops said that farming on the land adjacent to the forest was a problem. Every day other herbivorous wildlife, including Nilgai, leave the forest and reach the fields, damaging the crops. Now their happiness and hopes are being crushed under the feet of the elephants.

A group of wild elephants from Nepal camp in the Jatpura beet forest. During the night the elephants broke the fences, pillars of the wires around Lake Nagria. The farmers’ harvests were also damaged. The forestry department keeps an eye on the elephants. – Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Buffer Zone

Forest workers alert about Nepalese elephants

Mother. As soon as the herd of Nepalese elephants reached the border of the Mohammadi Mountains, the forest workers started issuing a warning.

Ranger Mobin Arif and forester Jagdish Verma said the elephant herd has now reached the border of Mohammadi’s Mountains near Mahurina Nagaria village next to Khutar Road and is destroying the farmers’ crops, leaving the village’s villagers in next to the forest panic.

Maheshpur forestry personnel and STPF personnel are working with villagers to try to bring the elephants back on Khutar Road. Some hit barrels and drums and some crack crackers. Farmers say that when a herd of elephants cross the road and enter the Sahajaniya Forest, they harvest sugar cane, rice, corn, etc. He urged the department heads to take concrete steps. Forged tractors also prove to be failures in front of elephants. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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