Elephant rampage continues, houses and crops destroyed

Dumri: The havoc of a herd of wild elephants continued for the second consecutive day on the night of 14 September in Saraiyatand and surrounding areas of Kulago North Panchayat of Dumri block.

The herd of elephants again broke the house of Somar Mahato and also broke and damaged the solar plate, greenhouse, and pump house installed in the field of Jivadhan Mahato.

Meanwhile, the herd of elephants destroyed the paddy crop grown on about 5 acres along with corn and ladyfinger crops. Due to this, Jeevadhan Mahato has said that there will be a loss of lakhs of rupees.

Similarly, the herd of elephants destroyed the corn, maduwa and kudrum crops of Kamadeva Saav, while the corn, kudrum, lahar and paddy crops grown in Anil Kumar Sahu’s garden were destroyed, while a paddy field of Jethalal Sahu was destroyed. ruined.

The group of elephants destroyed Chhotalal Mahato’s 50 decimil paddy crop, Tulsi Mahato’s 30 decimil corn crop and Budheshwar Mahato’s 40 decimil Maduva crop. At present, a herd of wild elephants is roaming in the Asanboni forest of Barkitand. Information about elephant violence has been given to the forest department.

Let us tell you that on Wednesday night too, a herd of elephants had damaged the house of Somar Mahato and destroyed the crops of many people.

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