Tusker terror in Dhakka camp

Published On: October 21, 2016 10:01 AM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KANCHANPUR, Oct 21: It has been difficult for the reserve-displaced families, who have been taking shelter at camp in Dhakka of Kanchanpur district, to keep them safe from wild tusker rampage. 

The family members living at the camp have been compelled to seek safe shelter in nearby settlements when the elephants turned violent and started breaking down their huts since a week. 

Hira Devi Eidy, a local, shared that the people here are being compelled to move to safer areas carrying their possessions including foodstuffs, clothes and utensils as well as children due to fear of wild beast. 

A group of tuskers enter the camp before the evening, she said, adding, "Locals here need to take shelter in other safer areas for protecting their lives". 
"The situation turned nasty forcing people to leave their shelter and settlement", said Bhakta Bahadur Mahara. RSS 


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