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Chhattisgarh: Terror of wild elephants killed in Jashpur, crushed two villagers

Chhattisgarh: Terror of wild elephants killed in Jashpur, crushed two villagers

In the Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, the wild elephant attacked terrorists on Friday. Elephants crushed two villagers in the Kunkuri forest range. These incidents belong to two separate areas. On the information of the villagers, forest officials have identified both the dead. Along with this, the forest department has also given the assistance amount to the families of the dead. One Amaley has advised villagers to be cautious. There is panic in the village since the incident. Fear of elephants is also being forced into rural areas in many areas.

According to the information, elephants killed two people in two different incidents. The first incident is of Pandariopani village. With the help of his sister-in-law, Teresias Tirkey of Pandarianapani village went to the forest to take Datu on Friday morning. During this time they were faced with elephants. Both ran away to save lives but elephants threw Tarasus Tirki from his trunk and crushed with his feet. Tarakisho's Samadhi ran away and saved his life. Terasus Tiriki died on the spot. On the other hand, the second incident is of Chulapani area. Pulkariusus, a resident of Chalapuzhi, came out of the house on Friday morning. Meanwhile elephants made it their prey near the river Eb.

Since both of these accidents, there is panic in the villagers as well as there is anger against the forest department. Villagers say that the location of the elephants is not known to them, due to which such incidents are happening. At the same time, the SDO of Kunukuri forest department, Jitendra Upadhyay, says that the family members of the deceased have been given an amount of 25-25 thousand rupees. According to the forest officials, elephants attack is mostly in the morning. In such a way, the Department has told villagers to advise to be vigilant.




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