Wild Animals Injured 2 Persons Including Woman In Anantnag

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In Anantnag, two persons, including a woman, have been injured in the attacks of wild animals in a single day.

While no concrete measures are being taken by the wildlife department to control the wild animals due to which people are scared.

According to CNI, fear has spread among the people due to the increasing number of attacks by wild animals on civilians in Anantnag.

Two persons were injured in separate bear attacks in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Saturday afternoon.

Sources said that Fahmida Begum, wife of Altaf Ahmed, who lived in Ser Chek, was attacked and injured by a bear. He was shifted to SDH Seer for treatment.

In a separate incident, one Awaluddin Chauhan son of Muhammad Akbar Chauhan resident of Shatru Larno was injured by a bear in his native village. The injured person was immediately shifted to SDH for treatment.

On the other hand, local people have said that the wildlife department is not taking any action against the wild animals due to which people have become scared.

However, an official of the department said that a team has been sent to the area and traps have been set in many places to catch the bear.(CNI)

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