The elephant’s herd is being destroyed in the village of Keonjhar

Joda: The Stadion of elephants went into the wild in the forest of Joda in the Champua Valley on Monday evening and damaged several houses in the nearby village of Jharana.
According to reports, the herd of elephants consisting of 23 patchers went into the village and took the rice that was supplied from some houses by pulling the walls.
The sources said that the elephant’s flock was strayed into a human settlement under forested forests and caused desolation in the area. the same herd strayed into the village on Sunday evening and ate rice after damaging three houses.
The Jumbo flock damaged houses Prafulle Naik, Indu Naika and Harihara Mahante, and also ate rice by breaking through the walls of houses in the middle of the night, sources said, adding that the movement of elephants also widespread damage in nearby agricultural fields.
In the meantime, villagers claimed that despite monitoring the movement of elephants, the staff of the forest department failed to control the situation that resulted in huge losses for many villagers. The villagers invited the district administration to provide assistance to victims.
Allegedly, the elephant’s herd was spotted entering the forest by crossing the Baitarani River near the village of Jharana under the wooded part of Joda.

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