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Indian Army asked the Assam government to relocate elephants near Narengi military station

Indian Army asked the Assam government to relocate elephants near Narengi military station

The Army has asked the Assam government to either move elephants of wildlife sanctuary connecting its base on the eastern edge of Guwahati or make up for the harms brought about by creatures during successive assaults. 

 

There are an expected 40 elephants in the 78.64 sq km safe-haven yet the Army was explicit around three that caused a great part of the harm. The Major General said the "assaults" by these elephants cost the Army at any rate ₹15 lakh over the most recent a half year. 

 

He reminded the legislature that the military station was the Army's strategic center point for the whole northeast. There are huge quantities of crucial resources made for the capacity of strategic basics and the elephants have made considerable harm "basic calculated stores" other than a framework, he said.


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