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Andhra Pradesh: Wild elephants havoc in Chittoor district, 50 years old including two

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Andhra Pradesh: Wild elephants havoc in Chittoor district, two including 50-year-old dead

There is fear in the villages around Kuppam area in Andhra Pradesh. The elephants brutally crushed the elderly. The elderly died on the spot.

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About 15-20 Hathia have been coming out of the forest for the last three days in the border area of ​​Kuppam in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, out of the forests of Kuppam and Kolar, in the residential area of ​​Kuppam in Andhra Pradesh. In the border areas of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, one person was killed by elephant attacks, 50-year-old Venkatappa from Battalahallika died. There is fear in the villages around Kuppam area.

At the same time a few months ago in Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, elephants again killed a person. The person who died due to elephant attack was a retired soldier. It is being told that this person was returning to his home after attending an event. Meanwhile, elephants attacked the retired jawan. The elephants brutally crushed the elderly. The elderly died on the spot. There is an atmosphere of panic in the entire area due to this incident. Elephants are also forced to perform villagers in many areas.

Elephants are also breaking houses

Elephants are breaking the house in search of food, and in many areas are killing people. It is being told that Agustus Tirki, a 55-year-old retired BSF jawan, was returning to his home on Tuesday night after attending a matrimonial program of his in-laws’ side. During this time, the old man was confronted by elephants. Suddenly, the dental elephant slammed the trunk and killed the young man. The old man died on the spot.

It is on the way to the village adjacent to the Odisha border. In this incident, the forest department has given an interim relief amount of 25 thousand rupees to the family of the victim and the post mortem of the victim’s corpse has been started.

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Source: www.tv9hindi.com