Wild Elephants Creating Ruckus Till Bhira Forest Camped In Madha

Staying overnight in Chak Beat forest broke two pumping sets in Bankeganj. A group of wild elephants from Nepal has left the Madha forest and reached the Bhira range on Thursday night. There the elephants trampled paddy, sugarcane crops of many farmers, broke two pumping sets in the fields. On Friday morning, the location of the elephants was again found in the Madha forest. These elephants have been camping in Madha for several days. Wild elephants from Nepal camped in the Madha forest of Kishanpur Sanctuary throughout the day on Thursday, but at night these elephants again turned towards the Bhira range of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve buffer zone. Where in the fields adjacent to the Chak Beet forest, many farmers trampled the standing crop of paddy, sugarcane. Elephants created a lot of ruckus here all night. Pumping sets installed in two fields were broken. On Friday morning, the elephant team again camped in the Madha forest. On the other hand, Bhira, under the leadership of Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve buffer zone, teams of range personnel are chasing the elephants. Due to the continuous movement of elephants between Madha and Bhira range forest, the people of the villages adjoining the forest are sleepy in their eyes. Range had arrived in the forest. These elephants have damaged standing crops in the fields of farmers adjacent to Chak Beet forest. On Friday morning, the elephants have reached Madha again from the Bhira forest. Along with continuous monitoring of elephants, their activities are being monitored.- Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director Dudhwa Tiger Reserve Buffer Zone

Bankeganj broke two pumping sets by staying overnight in Chak Beat forest. A group of wild elephants from Nepal has left the Madha forest and reached the Bhira range on Thursday night. There the elephants trampled paddy, sugarcane crops of many farmers, broke two pumping sets in the fields. On Friday morning, the location of the elephants was again found in the Madha forest. These elephants have camped in Madha for many days. The wild elephants from Nepal camped in the Madha forest of Kishanpur Sanctuary throughout the day on Thursday, but at night these elephants again turned towards the Bhira range of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve buffer zone. Where in the fields adjacent to the Chak Beet forest, many farmers trampled the standing crop of paddy, sugarcane. Elephants created a lot of ruckus here all night. Pumping sets installed in two fields were broken. On Friday morning, a group of elephants again went and camped in the Madha forest. On the other hand, Bhira, under the leadership of Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve Buffer Zone, teams of range personnel are chasing the elephants and monitoring them. Due to the continuous movement of elephants between the Madha and Bhira range forest, the people of the villages adjoining the forest, Sohna Bh, Paharnagar, Jatpura, Khanjanpur, Budharpur etc. have lost their eyes. Nepalese elephants had reached the Bhira range forest after walking from Madha on Thursday night. These elephants have damaged standing crops in the fields of farmers adjacent to Chak Beet forest. On Friday morning, the elephants have reached Madha again from the Bhira forest. Along with constant monitoring of elephants, their movements are being monitored. – Dr. Anil Kumar Patel, Deputy Director Dudhwa Tiger Reserve Buffer Zone.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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