Wild elephants break into village, create havoc
KATHMANDU: A herd of wild elephants that crossed over the border from India has wreaked havoc at Bahundangi VDC-1, terrorizing the people there.
The heard of about 25 elephants went on a berserk at Telpani area last night, trampling on crops and raging the house of one Gopal Siwa at the place, according to the District Police Office, Jhapa.
The herd was later driven away towards India by police personnel, local forestry office staff and locals. RSS
Published Date: Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 | 12:05 AM
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