Viral Video: 4 Injured After Leopard Entered The Residential Area In Indore
Watch how a leopard entered the residential area of Indore injuring 4 locals.
On 11th March, in the city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, a leopard entered the residential area. The forest officials of Madhya Pradhesh conducted a 23-hour long rescue operation after the feline attacked and injured four people in the city. According to media reports, the leopard sneaked out of Ralamandal Life Sanctuary on 10th March, Wednesday.
The leopard first barged into the Limbodi area which is the outskirts of the city Indore. After a marathon search and rescue operation, the forest officials caught the leopard on Thursday afternoon. The leopard which sneaked out of the sanctuary was spotted in the Shivdham colony on Wednesday but before the operation could begin, it disappeared shortly. The animal then sneaked into a nearby farmhouse and hid inside crops. The forest officers organized overnight patrolling and urged locals to remain indoors with the use of loudspeakers.
On Thursday, when the search operation began again, the locals spotted the leopard in the Limbodi area. As the forest officials chased the leopard, it entered the house of a local named Khemraj Rathore injuring him and his wife as they were cooking food in the kitchen. It then entered a neighbouring under-construction building and grabbed watchman Sukhlal’s grandson. As the mother of the kid shouted in fear, he left the kid and attacked the security guard.
Later, after spending a lot of time chasing the leopard, the officers finally managed to calm it down and take it into their possession. A forest officer informed that all this while the locals remained terrified and there was a curfew-like situation in the entire area. Indore municipal corporation director Dr Uttam Yadav was present on the site to lead the rescue operation.
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