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Gadchiroli : Boliram Kolte, a small farmer of Salmara in Armori taluk, was attacked and killed by a tiger while walking along a dirt road in the forest. The incident near the Shankarnagar drain around 8 am today has sparked anger among the villagers against the forest department. So far the man-eating tiger has claimed 11 lives in Armory, Arsoda and nearby areas, but no action has been taken against the tiger. So the agitators took a stand that they would not hand over the body of Boliram Kolte to the forest department if the villagers did not accept their demands and they took up a position in the forest.

After hearing about the death of a farmer in a tiger attack, Sandeep Thakur, Sarpanch of Yogisakhra Group Gram Panchayat, Dilip Ghodam, District President of Raitt Krishak Samiti, Amal Markwar of Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Sabha Farm Workers Union rushed to the spot. Th Chariot. The forest department officials did not attend for long after receiving information about the tiger attack. So a protest was held at the spot. The atmosphere turned heated as officials took a stand that the body would not be handed over to the forest department until the demands were met.

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So Armory Forest Range Officer Avinash Metram called the police. During this time, the family of the deceased has to pay Rs 50,000 to the spot for the funeral. Concessional grant should be increased. Farmers should be protected from going to the fields. The tiger was demanded to be taken care of immediately. As Deshaiganj Assistant Conservator of Forest Manoj Chavan agreed to the demand, the villagers withdrew their agitation and handed over the body to the forest department for post-mortem. Assistant Conservator of Forest Manoj Chavan, Forest Range Officer Avinash Meshram, Police Inspector Manoj Kalbandhe, Sub-Zone Assistant Gazi Sheikh, Sub-Zone Assistant Raju Kumbhare, Forest Guard Karkede, Gedam are investigating the incident further.

Otherwise we will protest strongly

Farmers have huge agricultural land in Shankarnagar, Yogisakhra, Salmara area next to Bagh Nidhan Jungle. Farmers are terrified of tiger killing. Local people led by Sandeep Thakur, sarpanch of Yogisakhra Group Gram Panchayat and Dilip Ghodam, District President of Raitt Farmers Sangathan, warned that the forest department should take care of the tiger immediately, otherwise a procession would be staged. Forest Area Office.
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