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The balance between animals and humans in Meghalaya to co-exist together

The balance between animals and humans in Meghalaya to co-exist together

A day following a 40-year-elderly person was horrifyingly harmed subsequent to being assaulted by a mountain bear in Pungweikyian town in Pynursla, Forest and Environment Minister, James K Sangma on Monday has communicated worry over the expanding occurrences of man-creature struggle. 

 

The minister while taking insight of the episode focused on the need to discover harmony among people and creatures to have shared regard and to figure out how to calmly coincide. 

 

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Mourning that the creature environment is diminishing while the human populace is developing, he conceded that it is a major test in Meghalaya as well as everywhere in the world. 

 

When gotten some information about the remuneration, the minister said that the division is looking at the issue identified with the compensation to the victim.

 

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