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Farmer's death in bull attack: was removing the bull entering the field, slammed and killed

Farmer's death in bull attack: was removing the bull entering the field, slammed and killed

The farmer who went to guard the farm in Tundla was attacked by a stray bull. In which the farmer died. There is chaos in the family after the death of the farmer. So far, 8 people have lost their lives due to the attack of stray animals across the district. Farmer Mukesh, a resident of Bachgaon in Narakhi police station area, was guarding his fields. Meanwhile, a bull entered his field. When Mukesh tried to drive away the bull, he attacked. Mukesh also tried to save his life, but failed. The bull slammed him on the ground. Mukesh was badly injured during the death of the hospital. On receiving the information, Mukesh's family took him to the district hospital. Where doctors declared Mukesh dead. During the last 8 months, 8 people have lost their lives in stray animals attack. Before the deaths in the case, farmer Narayan Singh was killed in a bull attack in Daulatpur village of Narkhi police station area on 26 June. The farmer was planting water in the field, during which the bull attacked. Similarly, on 15 February, Kishan and his son Hrithik, a resident of Mahalai Mohammadpur village of Ramgarh police station area, died in an attack of bull. On 20 February, two people died in Bhadela village of Narkhi police station area. On the night of March 4, a person riding an auto was killed after hitting the bull in the Ramgarh police station area, while his son was seriously injured. According to Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Jitendra Kumar, 42 cowsheds should be operated in the district. Has been There are more than 4000 cows preserved in these cowsheds. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 2:31 am
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