ET UNE TORNADE SURVINT. Hier matin, un léopard a blessé 16 personnes dans au moins une demi douzaine de villages, dans les collines du Bundelkhand (Nord du Madhya Pradesh, district de Panna, à 410kms au NE de Bhopal). The Hindustan Times, hier. Anupam Pateriya.
The incident took place in the morning hours in at least half a dozen villages under Raipura forest range. A leopard from Mohadra-Sharan jungle attacked villagers in Surra, Murta, Kaluakheda, Pala, Sinhai and Jhaladumri villages one after another while they were sleeping outside their houses.
According to divisional forest officer (DFO), Panna South Meena Kumri Mishra the injured include Badi Bahu, 70, Phool Bai 40, Hemvati 25, Sundar Singh 55, Hote Singh 40, Rena Bai 10, Kalla 12, Virender Singh 70, Kishore 50, Ramsevak 65, Angori Bai 22, Pannalal 20, Ashok Rani 40, Ramesh 48, Rajju 50 and Jaggu 14.
Par ailleurs, un homme est décédé sous les crocs d'un tigre le même jour dans le même district.
A tribal who was returning home after collecting tendu patta from the nearby jungle was attacked and killed by a tiger.
According to DFO, Panna North NS Yadav, the deceased Betulal, 45, residing at a forest village under Manki forest beat was returning with two other villagers- Gopal and Chhotelal in the evening when the tiger attacked Betulal. On way back Betulal was suddenly attacked by the tiger from behind. The companions shouted for help on which tiger left the spot and disappeared in the jungle. Betulal died on the spot.
The DFO said, “To the best of my knowledge it’s first such attack by a tiger in the buffer area of Panna National Park.”
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