In Khatima, the border area of Udham Singh Nagar district, people are scared of terror by wild animals. Wild animals have come and are attacking someone or the other. The latest case is of Alavardi village adjacent to Kilpura forest range in Khatima, where elephants attacked four women. All four women were seriously injured in the attack of elephants. The Forest Department personnel admitted the injured women to the Khatima Sub-District Hospital, out of which, seeing the serious condition of three women, the doctors referred them to the Higher Center. According to the information, Gomti Devi, Bhagirathi Devi, Jamuna Devi, Suman, Jyoti and Abha Devi, residents of Alavardi village, were going to the forest to collect fodder for their cattle, then as soon as they left the village, elephants attacked them from behind on the side of the forest. Gave. Due to the sudden attack of the elephants, there was panic among the women, the women tried to run away, but the elephants started throwing the women by wrapping them in their trunk. Hearing the screams of the women, the villagers came, after which the elephants went towards the forest.
40 year old Abha Devi, 35 year old Gomti Devi, 18 year old Suman and 18 year old Jyoti were seriously injured in the attack of elephants. The villagers, with the help of forest personnel, admitted the four injured women to the sub-district hospital, Khatima, where Abha Devi, Gomti Devi and Jyoti’s leg bones were broken at several places and after first aid, they were referred to the Higher Center.
Let us tell you that even four days ago, elephants had attacked a woman, due to which the woman was seriously injured. Santosh Pant, SDO of Khatima Forest Department said that for the past few days, the movement of elephants has increased in Khatima and its surrounding forests. At the same time, the Forest Department has made a declaration in the populated area adjacent to the forest that the forest should not be visited without necessary work.