Leopard news.Panic has spread among nearby villagers following reports of leopard sightings between Sonipat and Gohana. According to the information, the Wildlife Department and the administration have also increased vigilance and directed the Wildlife Department to capture the leopard immediately. In the last few days, reports have been received about the presence of leopards in Sonipat village Farmana, Tihar Malik, Mohana and nearby villages. For this reason, there is fear in these villages as well as among the surrounding villagers.
Information from villagers
According to the information, the Sonipat forest department receives information about leopard sightings from the villagers of Farmana, Tihar Malik, Mohana and surrounding villages between Gohana and Sonipat. He then requested the Rohtak Wildlife Division office to capture the leopard immediately so that any loss of life and property due to the leopard can be avoided.
we wrote a letter
Deputy conservator of forest R. Bala said that after receiving information from the villagers, we wrote a letter to the Rohtak division office requesting them to capture the leopards immediately. We have been receiving calls about leopard sightings for a few days now.
Fear of tigers in Rewari
Fear of tiger, which crossed into Rewari in Haryana from Kishangarh forest area in Rajasthan last week, is still present among villagers. During this time, the tiger’s whereabouts were monitored in many villages of Dharuhera, but so far the teams from Rajasthan and Haryana have failed to catch it. Tiger has so far attacked and injured three people.
Captured from Hisar and shown in Narnaul
A rescue team member was attacked and injured by a leopard at Rishi Nagar in Hisar. During the rescue, the leopard had managed to escape from the team twice, but on the third attempt, the team managed to capture it. The team had captured the leopard that had entered the bathroom of a house by rendering it unconscious. The leopard had previously managed to escape from the trap twice. Two days later, there were reports of leopard sightings in Nayana village of Narnaul.