The leopard was pulled out of the well by putting a trap in Kaspur village on the border.
A leopard fell into a well in a village on the Uttarakhand border. Which was rescued by the forest department team with the help of a net. During this there was a crowd on the spot. In the operation that lasted for about 6 hours, the forest department team pulled the leopard out of the well with the help of a net. After this the team took him away in a cage. Near this leopard was also seen in Mastalipur village of Moradabad. Here the leopard tried to hunt a dog sitting on the terrace.
Leopard had fallen in the well outside Kasampur
The case is of village Kasampur in Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand situated on the border of Moradabad district. The villagers had seen a leopard fall in the well here on Tuesday afternoon. The villagers informed the police and forest department about this. On which the forest department team and police reached the spot. After this the leopard rescue started.
Forest department team rescuing leopard.
Leopards are seen here everyday
Thakurdwara area of Moradabad is adjacent to the Uttarakhand border. This area is not far from Jim Corbett Park. This is the reason why leopards are often seen in this area. There have been countless incidents of attacks on animals and humans in this area. On Tuesday too, there was a stir in the area due to the information of a leopard falling in the well.
Leopard in cage after rescue.
Leopard will be released in the forest after medical
Balwant Singh Shahi, DFO, Terai West Forest Division, says that after medical examination, the leopard will be released in the Jim Corbett forest. He said that orders had been received from the department to tranquilize the leopard. But it was not needed. The leopard was pulled out of the well with the help of a net.
Leopard in cage.