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Relief provide to the family of woman killed in the elephant attack

Kathmandu : Relief has been provided to the family of Janaki Magar, who died in a wild elephant attack in Shambhunath Municipality-2 of Saptari today.

The Division Forest Office has provided Rs 50,000 to the family of Magar who lost her life in the attack of a wild elephant. Chief of the office, District Forest Officer Santosh Kumar Jha reached the house in Ward No. 2 and handed over the money to the deceased’s husband Pesal Magar.

Forest Officer Jha immediately provided money to the family of the deceased for food expenses and expressed his commitment to provide assistance from the state side for the facility.

A 38 year old woman was killed when a wild elephant came out of the Koshitappu Wildlife Sanctuary on Thursday.

For the past few days, people in the northern and eastern parts of Saptari have been suffering from elephant terror. According to the locals, the elephants coning out of the Koshitappu Wildlife Sanctuary have terrorized the area.

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