VIDEO of Tiger's rescue falling in the river: reduced dam flow in Bahraich, monitoring from drone, transported to shore with boat

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VIDEO of Tiger's rescue falling in the river: reduced dam flow in Bahraich, monitoring from drone, transported to shore with boat
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A tiger got trapped in the Gerua River in Bahraich, UP. When the people who came to visit Girija barrage, they informed the forest department. The department team reached the spot. Then the rescue to save Tiger from strong current began. First of all, the flow of water was reduced from the church barrage. So that the drift is reduced. After this, drone cameras were called, so that the tiger could be monitored. Then, the team of forest workers rode on the boat. He tried to take Tiger to the edge with the help of poles. Finally, after the rescue, which lasted for about 5 hours, Tiger again reached the forest. Actually, the Gerua river is connected to the Kauriyali River of Nepal. The Gerua river separates Bahraich and Lakhimpur-Kheri. The mountainous areas of Nepal are currently raining heavily. The water level of the Gerua river has also increased due to the water there. On Thursday, some people came to the Girija Barrage Gate in Bahraich. He saw Tiger trapped in the river. Tiger was drowning due to the flow of flow. People reported this to the forest department. The team of Tigervan Department reached the spot. The team made a lot of effort to take Tiger out. However, due to the flow of flow, he went to Lakhimpur Kheri area for 15 km. The team first reduced the flow of water from Girija Barrage Dam. Drone camera ordered. Then sitting on the boat, the forest personnel took the tiger safely to the mound in the river with the help of poles. After this Tiger then returned to the forest. The Prime Minister said, we were scared, "We were walking. During this time, Tiger was seen trapped in the river. We were afraid that he would not enter the populated areas." Do not die by drowning. " DFO i.e. District Forest Officer said, "The team saved Tiger's life after much effort. Field director Sanjay Pathak said," Forest department team has done a very good job. See the rescue operation in the messages ... Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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