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first_imgRanchi : A woman and her year-old daughter were killed after rampaging elephants destroyed their mud house early on Wednesday in Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh district, police said. A herd of elephants entered Uppada village on Tuesday night and started damaging property. Villagers alleged that Forest officials were informed about it but they did not help them. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us On Wednesday morning, the elephants attacked a house of Raju, who was sleeping with his wife and two children.”When elephants attacked our house, my wife asked me to go outside with the children. I managed to escape with one child but my wife Pano, 30, and one-year-old daughter Golu got buried in the house,” he said. The Police and Forest officials sent the bodies for post-mortem.Over 700 people have been killed by rampaging elephants in Jharkhand so far.last_img read more

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