Assam: Wild pig attacks two farmers in Morigaon district

Morigaon, 13th August: The attack of wildlife animals is increasing day by day in Morigaon. A wild pig from Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in the district of Morigaon attacked human beings of a village of Morigaon district.

The wild pig attacked two farmers of the village

The pig attacked two farmers at Boha Bordoloni village on Thursday. The local people informed the forest department after recovering the two farmers in an injured condition. The investigation is still going on to find the wild pig.

The two farmers were shifted to Morigaon Civil Hospital

The farmers were identified as Indramohan Sikdar and Bijay Bhowmick. They were severely injured by the pig. The duo was referred to Morigaon Civil Hospital from where Indramohan was later shifted to GMCH. The condition of them were not good at the time of admission.

Assam Government ordered the forest department to take preventive measures

Such incidents are increasing day by day in the state. The Assam Government is thinking about increasing protection in the wildlife sanctuaries so that human beings can stay safe. The government has assured that preventive measures would be taken as soon as possible.

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