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The body given for autopsy by SDM and Ranger guarantee
Tikunia. Villagers were furious after farmer Ramesh Bhargava was killed in a tiger attack in Manjhra Purab village. He created a ruckus demanding that the dead clerk should be provided with government jobs and other facilities. When SDM Rajesh Kumar assured to fulfill all the demands, then the family handed over the body to the police for post-mortem with the consent of the villagers.
On Monday evening, a tiger attacked and killed Ramesh Bhargava, a resident of Manjhra East village. At the time of the attack, Ramesh was cutting fodder for the animals in his field. Villagers’ anger erupted after the farmer’s body was recovered overnight. The angry villagers had decided in the night that only after getting government job security and other facilities for the deceased clerk, they would leave the bodies for post-mortem. Meanwhile, SDM Rajesh Kumar, CO Subodh Jaiswal, Tehsildar, Ranger Ramkumar of Kurtaniyaghat, Ranger Balwant Bahadur Singh of North Nighasan Belrayan, Kotwal Tikunia Raju Rao reached the spot and tried to convince the villagers.
Village head Rampal said the family’s demand was that Munni Devi, wife of the deceased, should be given a contract job and other facilities from the administration. About which the Forestry Department assured to give employment on contract. SDM Rajesh Kumar said five lakh rupees, one acre land lease and widow’s pension would be given to the farmer’s family as relief to the deceased.
After getting security from the Forest Department and SDM, the villagers and the family agreed. At around 11 o’clock the body of deceased Ramesh was handed over to the police for post-mortem.
Where did the information machine come out to get the tiger sound?
Two months ago, the Forestry Department had informed the inhabitants of the Majra-Est area that the Forestry Department would install this type of machine near the population in the fields, which would indicate the arrival of a tiger or any other animal in a distance of 100 meters. By this machine, humans and domestic animals could be protected from wild animals, but so far this machine has not been installed. There is also resentment among the villagers for this.
If there is a delay in capture, this tiger can also become a man-eater
Pargat Singh, village head of Manjhra Purab, head of Rampal Kharetia Panchayat and local residents say that if the administration delays in capturing the tiger, this tiger may also become a man-eater. Currently, the villagers are panicking again due to the influx of tigers in the area. They are also afraid to go to the field.