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Updated At: Nov 19, 2021 11:03 AM (IST)
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Palampur, November 18
Residents of the upper area of Baijnath, particularly Tathi village loacted 10 km from the town, living in the fear of a wild boar for the past one week that had attacked and injured villagers.
The administration has advised villagers not to come out of their houses, particularly after the sunset, till the wild boar was killed or caught.
SDM, Baijnath, Salem Aazam and officials of the Wildlife Department yesterday visited Tathi village to seek first-hand information about the animal that had injured Luharu Ram and Hoshiar Singh last week.
The SDM and the DFO assured the villagers that the wild boar would be caught soon. They said the administration had decided to press drone cameras to locate the wild animal. They also met the injured men and assured them of an adequate compensation.—OC 
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