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23 January, 2018 01:11:08 PM / LAST MODIFIED: 23 January, 2018 04:12:47 PM
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Tiger beaten dead in Bagerhat

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Tiger beaten dead in Bagerhat

A Royal Bengal Tiger was beaten to death by villagers at Gulichakhali village in Morelganj upazila on Tuesday morning, reports UNB.

Md Mahmudul Hasan, East Sundarbans divisional forest officer (DFO) said the tiger entered the village crossing the Bhola river and attacked local farmer Masud, 30, while he was working at his paddy field around 7am.

Hearing his scream, locals rushed in and beat up the tiger, leaving it dead.

At least six people were injured while saving Masud from the grip of the tiger.

On information, a team of forest officials recovered the body.

NS

 

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