Man dies on spot in Wild Elephants Attack in Goalpara


ASSAM-GOLPARA: A man killed after being attacked by a herd of wild elephants in Assam’s Goalpara district on Tuesday, April 11, night.

Sources said that the incident happened in the Lakhipur village of Dhamar, where the dead was looking for his son when a herd of wild elephants charged into the settlement and began assaulting.

During that time, the elephants found the man, identified as Anar ali, and attacked him. In the attack, the man died on spot.

Anar Ali was working as a laborer at a brick kiln factory in the area.

A tragic occurrence involving a herd of wild elephants and a seven-year-old girl was reported from the Goreswar town of Assam on March 26.

According to information obtained, Chandra Daimary, a native of Goreswar, was the target of a charge by wild tuskers. The elephants stomped his daughter, age 7, to death as they left his house in a pile of debris.

Both the deceased and the injured children were daughters of Chandra Daimary. Having sustained grave injuries in the elephant attack, the other daughter was rushed to Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in Guwahati in a critical condition.

Earlier, on December 15, at least 3 persons, including a child, were killed and 2 others injured after they were attacked by a herd of wild elephants in the Goalpara district. Two vehicles were also damaged by the elephants. The incident took place on the Lakhipur-Agia road of the Lakhipur forest range.

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