In Bihar's Araria area, a wild elephant murders two people.
On Thursday, two people were murdered when a wild elephant attacked them in the Narpatganj police station area in the Araria district of Bihar. From Nepal's jungle, the elephant had wandered into the region.
When an elephant attacked an eight-year-old kid playing outside his house in Manikpur village, the elephant killed him on the spot. The beast has also murdered a guy whose identity is unknown. The man's body was discovered in the muck by locals, who alerted the authorities.
The elephant razed buildings and smashed a tractor in its path. On Thursday, shopkeepers in the Fulkaha market shut their doors. The elephant is believed to have gone towards Jogbani and Kursaka, and police and forest authorities attempted to trap it.
Sunil Kumar Singh, the Narpatganj police station's station house officer (SHO), said locals had been instructed to stay vigilant on Friday.
In quest of food, pachyderms from Nepal's forests frequently wander into Indian communities along the border. “They are mostly hungry and stray into villages as this part has a bumper crop this season,” Supaul district forest officer Sunil Kumar Sharan said, adding, “We are planning a strategy to check their menace.”
Neeraj Kumar Singh, the Bihar minister for environment and forest, has ordered forest authorities to examine the damage caused by elephants along the Indo-Nepal border.
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