Wild Beast – Wild elephants have now destroyed the crops of Nagaria village, farmers have driven them away by leaving fireworks behind

Nepalese elephant in the Jatpura forest next to Bankeganj. conversation
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Bankeganj (Lakhimpur Kheri). The wild elephants that hit the Jatpura Beat of the Mailani Range of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve buffer zone from the Shukla Phata Wildlife Sanctuary in Nepal also caused a stir on Friday evening. From around nine at night to nine in the morning, these elephants raided three villages. In two places, however, the attentive farmers drove the elephants away with noise and cracks. In the village of Nagariya, however, these elephants trampled many crops.
After walking from there, the elephants came back to the Jatpura forest at nine in the morning after spending some time in the Mahurena beet forest. The Forest Office’s monitoring teams constantly monitor their activities.
Elephants came out of the Jatpura forest at 9 a.m. on Friday evening and threatened to enter the fields near the village of Puranpur next to the town of Bankeganj, but farmers in the village were aware of the possibility that elephants might come. When the villagers saw the elephants move towards the fields, they chased them away by lighting fires, firing cartridges, and beating barrels.
From Puranpur, this elephant crossed the great canal and the railway line and reached the village of Pasiapur, which is adjacent to the city of Bankeganj. The elephants had entered the fields, so the vigilant farmers used the same method to drive the elephants away. This prevented the elephants from damaging the harvest.
From Pasiyapur the elephants moved to Nagaria village. After guarding the fields until 12 o’clock at night, the peasants went into their houses calmly. The elephants fearlessly reached the rice field and sugar cane fields of farmers Lekhram, Dinesh, Gajendra Pal Singh, Ghurai Lal, Ram Sanehi, Satyapal Singh, Ram Bahadur, Shyam Bihari, Gopal and Rajendra. The elephants stayed here for about an hour. Meanwhile, the villagers reached the fields after hearing the screams of the elephants, but by then their crops had been ruined.
After returning from Nagaria village, the elephant went for a long walk in the Mahurena forest. Meanwhile, surveillance teams found elephant footprints in the forest. After resting for a while, he came back to the Jatpura forest.
Wild elephants from Nepal have damaged rice and sugar cane plants that stand in the fields around Nagariya village. In the past, these elephants were driven away by farmers in the villages of Puranpur and Pasiapur. There are still elephants in the Jatpura Forest. Monitoring teams continuously monitor their activities.
Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Assistant Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Bufferzone

Bankeganj (Lakhimpur Kheri). The wild elephants that hit the Jatpura Beat of the Mailani Range of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve buffer zone from the Shukla Phata Wildlife Sanctuary in Nepal also caused a stir on Friday evening. From around nine at night to nine in the morning, these elephants raided three villages. In two places, however, the attentive farmers drove the elephants away with noise and cracks. In the village of Nagariya, however, these elephants trampled many crops.

After walking from there, the elephants came back to the Jatpura forest at nine in the morning after spending some time in the Mahurena beet forest. The forest office’s monitoring teams constantly monitor their activities.

Elephants came out of the Jatpura forest at 9 a.m. on Friday evening and threatened to enter the fields near the village of Puranpur next to the town of Bankeganj, but farmers in the village were aware of the possibility that elephants might come. When the villagers saw the elephants move towards the fields, they chased them away by lighting fires, firing cartridges, and beating barrels.

From Puranpur, this elephant crossed the great canal and the railway line and reached the village of Pasiapur, which is adjacent to the city of Bankeganj. The elephants had entered the fields, so the vigilant farmers used the same method to drive the elephants away. This prevented the elephants from damaging the harvest.

From Pasiyapur the elephants moved to Nagaria village. After guarding the fields until 12 o’clock at night, the peasants had gone into their houses after the certainty. The elephants fearlessly reached the rice field and sugar cane fields of farmers Lekhram, Dinesh, Gajendra Pal Singh, Ghurai Lal, Ram Sanehi, Satyapal Singh, Ram Bahadur, Shyam Bihari, Gopal and Rajendra. The elephants stayed here for about an hour. Meanwhile, the villagers reached the fields after hearing the screams of the elephants, but by then their crops had been ruined.

After returning from Nagaria village, the elephant went for a long walk in the Mahurena forest. Meanwhile, surveillance teams found elephant footprints in the forest. After resting for a while, he came back to the Jatpura forest.

Wild elephants from Nepal have damaged rice and sugar cane plants that stand in the fields around Nagariya village. In the past, these elephants were driven away by farmers in the villages of Puranpur and Pasiapur. There are still elephants in the Jatpura Forest. Monitoring teams continuously monitor their activities.

Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Assistant Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Bufferzone

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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