Hardoi, wild animal, tendua, hardoi News – Leave the leopard, the forest department couldn’t even find the footprint

Ranger Hanuman Prasad receives information about leopards from villagers in Parsapur. conversation
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Hardoi. A leopard attacked and injured a shopkeeper in densely populated Nawabganj in the city of Sandi on Sunday. The leopard was tucked away in the shopkeeper’s house. The incident was in chaos for about 14 hours and even after that, the officers and employees of the forestry department were unable to even trace the leopard’s footprints. On Monday, the teams from the forestry office continued to comb in various villages.
On Sunday afternoon, the leopard jumped out of the bushes behind the substation in Nawabganj directly to the second floor of Sunil Vajpayee’s house. Sunil was also injured in the leopard attack. The video of the leopard was also made and the movement was confirmed. Six and a half hours after the leopard attack, a special team came from Lucknow and the search lasted seven hours, but even after that no leopard was found. Forestry officials claim the leopard is out of the house.
Led by Divisional Forest Officer Ravi Shankar Shukla, the exercise to find the leopard’s footprint began at around 9:30 a.m. on Monday. Three teams were involved in this exercise, including the team led by Ranger Hanuman Prasad from Harpalpur. Forest guards were also used. These teams visited the villages of Bhikhpur, Parsapur, Hunseypur, Adampur, Bhaurajpur, Sakheda, Kaimau and Kunwariapur, but the team could not even find the leopard’s footprints.
Rumor market hot, exercise to achieve reality
After the leopard was not found in Sunil Bajpai’s house, the rumor market turned hot. Reports of leopard sightings kept coming from various villages, but these were nowhere confirmed. Even the simple villagers of these villages refused to be informed about the leopard or the movement. On Monday, officials at the forestry department seriously scrutinized the information received from the villagers and continued to try to bring about reality.
DFO showed courage, then the staff moved forward
When the team around a wildlife expert from Lucknow couldn’t do much either, a group of brave youngsters from the city asked to go inside with the officials and employees of the forestry department. After that, the young people entered, but the forestry officials didn’t dare. When he saw this, Divisional Forest Officer Ravi Shankar Shukla himself led the way, climbed the stairs and jumped into Sunil’s house. Then some forest guards entered the house from behind, but many department officials and employees could not show the courage to go inside.
Search campaign carried out in the light of borrowing
The forestry department has no arrangements to deal with situations like the emergency that surfaced on Sunday. There wasn’t even a searchlight to find the leopard in the house. Due to the lack of light, the proper exertion was completed. Most of the locals had reached the place with their own torches. The search was in the middle of this borrowed light when Sadar Ratnesh Srivastava’s ranger reached the spot with his personal searchlight. Then a quick search began. In addition, the employees of the forest department have neither body protectors nor sedatives. Overall, it was lucky that the leopard didn’t jump at the crowd, otherwise the situation could have gotten worse.

Hardoi. A leopard attacked and injured a shopkeeper in densely populated Nawabganj in the city of Sandi on Sunday. The leopard was tucked away in the shopkeeper’s house. The incident was in chaos for about 14 hours and even after that, the officers and employees of the forestry department were unable to even trace the leopard’s footprints. On Monday, the teams from the forestry office continued to comb in various villages.

On Sunday afternoon, the leopard jumped out of the bushes behind the substation in Nawabganj directly to the second floor of Sunil Vajpayee’s house. Sunil was also injured in the leopard attack. The video of the leopard was also made and the movement was confirmed. Six and a half hours after the leopard attack, a special team came from Lucknow and the search lasted seven hours, but even after that no leopard was found. Forestry officials claim the leopard is out of the house.

Led by Divisional Forest Officer Ravi Shankar Shukla, the exercise to find the leopard’s footprint began at around 9:30 a.m. on Monday. Three teams were involved in this exercise, including the team led by Ranger Hanuman Prasad from Harpalpur. Forest guards were also used. These teams visited the villages of Bhikhpur, Parsapur, Hunseypur, Adampur, Bhaurajpur, Sakheda, Kaimau and Kunwariapur, but the team could not even find the leopard’s footprints.

Rumor market hot, exercise to achieve reality

After the leopard was not found in Sunil Bajpai’s house, the rumor market turned hot. Reports of leopard sightings kept coming from various villages, but these were nowhere confirmed. Even the simple villagers of these villages refused to be informed about the leopard or the movement. On Monday, officials at the forestry department seriously scrutinized the information received from the villagers and continued to try to bring about reality.

DFO showed courage, then the staff moved forward

When the team around a wildlife expert from Lucknow couldn’t do much either, a group of brave youngsters from the city asked to go inside with the officials and employees of the forestry department. After that, the young people entered, but the forestry officials didn’t dare. When he saw this, Divisional Forest Officer Ravi Shankar Shukla himself led the way, climbed the stairs and jumped into Sunil’s house. Then some forest guards entered the house from behind, but many department officials and employees could not show the courage to go inside.

Search campaign carried out in the light of borrowing

The forestry department has no arrangements to deal with situations like the emergency that surfaced on Sunday. There wasn’t even a searchlight to find the leopard in the house. Due to the lack of light, the proper exertion was completed. Most of the locals had reached the place with their own torches. The search was in the middle of this borrowed light when Sadar Ratnesh Srivastava’s ranger reached the spot with his personal searchlight. Then a quick search began. In addition, the employees of the forestry office have neither body protectors nor sedatives. Overall, it was lucky that the leopard didn’t jump on the crowd, otherwise the situation could have gotten worse.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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