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NewsLeopard Kills Goats in Hattian Bala, Residents Demand Action

Leopard Kills Goats in Hattian Bala, Residents Demand Action

Hattian Bala, Azad Kashmir — (Azadi Times) A leopard entered a residential house in Nogran, a suburb of Hattian Bala, and killed two goats on Saturday. The incident caused panic in the area, as it is the first time that a leopard has entered a house in the area.

The leopard entered the house of Shureez Khan Awan in Hattian Bala and killed a goat that had been brought for sacrifice. It then killed another goat that was grazing in the courtyard. All the people living in the house miraculously survived.

The incident has caused anger among the residents of the area. They have demanded that the Wildlife Department take action to prevent such incidents from happening in the future. They have also demanded that the officials of the Wildlife Department be held accountable for their inaction.

The residents say that this is not the first time that wild animals have entered the populations of the Jhelum Valley and killed people’s property. They say that leopards and lions have killed valuable animals worth lakhs of rupees across Jhelum.

The residents have demanded that the Prime Minister and Chief Secretary of Azad Kashmir take action against the officials of the Wildlife Department. They say that the department is incompetent and that people’s precious animals are becoming victims of wild animals every day.

The Wildlife Department has said that they are aware of the incident and that they are taking steps to prevent such incidents from happening in the future. They have said that they will deploy more guards in the area and that they will work with the local police to track down the leopard.

The incident has highlighted the need for better coordination between the Wildlife Department and the local police. It is also a reminder of the dangers that wild animals pose to people living in rural areas.

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