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Bhutanese refugee dies after being attacked by an elephant in Jhapa


72-year-old Padmalal Tamang, who was living in a Bhutanese refugee camp in Beldangi, Damak, died after being attacked by a wild elephant. According to Meghraj Rai, head of Division Forest Office, Jhapa, Tamang was attacked by an elephant in the forest of Hamsedumse community forest outside the camp on Tuesday evening.

Tamang lived in Hut No. 252 of Sector No. 2 of the camp. He went to the forest to find firewood in the afternoon. After he did not return home till evening, during the search, he was found dead in the forest, said Rai, the head of the Division Forest Office.

Similarly, a one-story concrete house of Vishal Dahal located in Mechinagar municipality-11 was destroyed by wild elephants. The victim Dahal informed that an elephant that entered the village from the local Bansbari community forest broke the wall and entered the house and ate 400 kg of paddy and 200 kg of rice.

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