A 50-year-old man was mauled to dying by a tiger in Brahmapuri tehsil of Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district on Sunday afternoon, when he had gone to a forest space alongside along with his mom and spouse to gather some wooden, an official stated.
The sufferer, a labourer, was recognized as Rajendra Arjun Kamdi, the resident of Halda village in Bramhapuri, he stated.
A senior forest division official from Bramhapuri forest vary stated, “The person had gone to a close-by forest to gather wooden to construct fence round his residence together with mom and spouse. The tiger lurking within the bushes attacked him, during which he died on the spot. After his mom and spouse raised an alarm, the feline disappeared from the spot.” After being knowledgeable, native villagers and the forest personnel reached spot.
The incident created panic among the many residents of close by villages.
A neighborhood chief stated that the rising incidents of man-wild animal battle must be curbed or else villagers would launch an agitation.