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Man out to collect cattle fodder killed by tiger in Uttarakhand

A big news is coming out from the Surai range of Khatima in Uttarakhand. Here a young man had gone to the forest to cut grass for the cattle. While cutting the grass, the tiger made him its prey. The Forest Department team had to struggle a lot to get rid of the body of the youth from the tiger’s possession. The staff fired several rounds to drive away the tiger, only then it left the body. The dead body has been sent for post-mortem.

According to the information received, Kewal Singh’s son Amar Singh, a resident of Haldi Ghera village in Surai range, had gone to cut grass in compartment number-47 of Surai range along with his three companions. Meanwhile, suddenly the tiger attacked only the lion and dragged him towards the forest. The incident created a stir. Kewal’s companions saved their lives by running away from there and informed the villagers. The villagers informed the forest department about this.

There were deep wounds on the young man’s neck

The team of the department immediately reached the spot and started searching for Kewal Singh with an armored tractor. The tiger was eating the dead body just a short distance from the spot. It was told that the tiger had eaten a hand of the dead body. Deep wound marks were also found on the neck. Forest department employees had to fire about 10 rounds to drive away the tiger. The tiger ran away after hearing the sound of the bullet. The team of the department took possession of the mutilated body and sent it for postmortem. The villagers are demanding compensation for the relatives of the deceased.

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