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Wild Elephants Rampage : Destroyed Houses With Cattle And Wedding Decorations.

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Teliamura, 4th of March 2024 : Once again wild elephants attacked Krishnapur area under Teliamura subdivision on Monday (4th March, 2024). Administrative meetings and promises to take action remained only on paper. The wild elephant attack People of several villages in Krishnapur assembly area have been victims of wild elephant attacks for many years. Farmers are continuously affected after a few days, destruction of property along with houses. There have also been casualties due to elephant attacks. The department only promises to take action but it is not reflected in reality. Such complaints were again raised by the affected common people who were attacked by elephants. This time the cattle died. Broke various items including wedding decorations. The incident happened around 4 am on Monday in Krishnapur area.

The elephants constant attacks, the affected residents and others organized various movements, deputations, road blockades etc. at various times. At that time, the officials of the department and administration normalized the situation temporarily by promising. After that, the common people don’t see anything to do. A few days ago, it was decided to take a permanent solution to this problem in an administrative meeting in the presence of the Minister of Public Welfare under the leadership of the district magistrate of Khowai district. But the reality is different. As a result, the death of cattle on Sunday night resulted in the loss of wealth. However, the rangers and personnel of Teliamura forest department reached the spot after receiving the information about the incident. But the residents complain that every time after the incident they come and promise cooperation and solution but nothing is done.

Meanwhile, the residents of the area blocked the road demanding a permanent solution. After receiving the incident, the Sub-divisional Forest Officer, DCM and others officials reached the spot. Every night, forest department personnel and ADS members will be on patrol, officials said. The residents of the area were withdrawn after receiving the assurance that the damages will be settled within the next one week.

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