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Forest department team and others investigating after setting trap.
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Amaria. Leopard’s movement continues continuously around village Surajpur Gauntia of Tehsil area. Around ten o’clock in the night a leopard entered the house. When the family members saw, their senses were blown away. The forest department team reached the information, traced the footprints and tried to disperse the leopard by firing crackers. For safety’s sake, nets were put around the house.
The distance of the forest from Amaria Tehsil area is about thirty kilo meters. There are dozens of villages between the forest and the Amaria tehsil area. For the last five months, a leopard is camping near the crematorium in village Surajpur area. At ten o’clock on Thursday night, Surajpur Gauntia resident Chitra entered Singh’s house and started going towards cattle shelter. Seeing the leopard coming inside the house, the people of the family were left sweating. After making noise, the leopard went into the sugarcane fields. In the night itself, Forest Inspector Soni Singh, Tiger Trekker Chetan Kumar, Kailash Kumar, Rajiv Dhali reached the spot and traced the footprints. Deputy Ranger Devendra Pal Singh said that there was information about the presence of leopard near the houses at around 10 pm. The forest department team reached and tried to drive away the leopard by bursting firecrackers and due to the house being separated from the population, surveillance has been increased in the area by putting a net around the house to protect it from the leopard. On the other hand, village head Paramvir Singh Parry told that as the day progresses, the leopard starts roaming around the population. There is a lot of panic among the villagers due to the near presence of leopard population.

Amaria. Leopard’s movement continues continuously around village Surajpur Gauntia of Tehsil area. Around ten o’clock in the night a leopard entered the house. When the family members saw, their senses were blown away. On information, the forest department team traced the footprints and tried to drive away the leopard by firing crackers. For safety’s sake, nets were put around the house.

The distance of the forest from Amaria Tehsil area is about thirty kilo meters. There are dozens of villages between the forest and the Amaria tehsil area. For the last five months, a leopard has been camping near the crematorium in village Surajpur area. At ten o’clock on Thursday night, Surajpur Gauntia resident Chitra entered Singh’s house and started going towards cattle shelter. Seeing the leopard coming inside the house, the people of the family were left sweating. After making noise, the leopard went into the sugarcane fields. In the night itself, Forest Inspector Soni Singh, Tiger Trekker Chetan Kumar, Kailash Kumar, Rajiv Dhali reached the spot and traced the footprints. Deputy Ranger Devendra Pal Singh said that there was information about the presence of leopard near the houses at around 10 pm. The forest department team reached and tried to drive away the leopard by bursting firecrackers and due to the house being separated from the population, surveillance has been increased in the area by putting a net around the house to protect it from the leopard. On the other hand, village head Paramvir Singh Parry told that as the day progresses, the leopard starts roaming around the population. There is a lot of panic among the villagers due to the near presence of leopard population.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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