Tusker elephant attacks forest inspector

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Tusker elephant attacks forest inspector
Rehar (Bijnor). A forest inspector returning from patrol in the Amangarh forest area was attacked by a tusked elephant. The bike was also damaged. According to information, the forest workers who reached the site somehow drove the elephant away. In addition, the injured were admitted to a private hospital for treatment.
Akbar Ali, a forest officer stationed at the Amangarh Tiger Reserve Range, returned to Makonia Post by bicycle from the forest area on Thursday evening after patrolling. Then suddenly a tusked elephant attacked the forest inspector in the Makouniya section and broke the inspector’s bicycle in the attack. The injured officer saved his life and somehow informed his forest workers about the incident via cell phone. The forest workers who reached the spot somehow drove the elephant away. The injured were admitted to the private clinic. On the other hand, ranger Rakesh Kumar Sharma told that in the past a tusk elephant also tried to attack the shunting personnel. Given the behavior of the elephant, the booth staff were asked not to patrol alone and to be careful. conversation

Tusker elephant attacks forest inspector

Rehar (Bijnor). A forest inspector returning from patrol in the Amangarh forest area was attacked by a tusked elephant. The bike was also damaged. According to information, the forest workers who reached the site somehow drove the elephant away. In addition, the injured were admitted to a private hospital for treatment.

Akbar Ali, a forest officer stationed at the Amangarh Tiger Reserve Range, returned to Makonia Post by bicycle from the forest area on Thursday evening after patrolling. Then suddenly a tusked elephant attacked the forest inspector in the Makouniya section and broke the inspector’s bicycle in the attack. The injured officer saved his life and somehow informed his forest workers about the incident via cell phone. The forest workers who reached the spot somehow drove the elephant away. The injured were admitted to the private clinic. On the other hand, ranger Rakesh Kumar Sharma told that in the past a tusk elephant also tried to attack the shunting personnel. Given the behavior of the elephant, the booth staff were asked not to patrol alone and to be careful. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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