Jammu and Kashmir government will enhance to Rs three lakh compensation for the next of kin of those persons killed in man-animal conflict in the state.
Karnataka government has sanctioned Rs 30 crore to put up fences and dig trenches to contain man-animal conflict in the backdrop of the increasing menace of wild elephants.
The corridors are meant to reduce man-animal conflict by facilitating free movement and avoiding direct contact with the elephants while at the same time protecting the border from intruders.
In a sign of intensifying man-animal conflict in parts of Rajasthan, four persons were killed in animal attacks in less than one month.
Jammu and Kashmir government has
asked various wings of the forest department to ensure greater
coordination to stop the growing incidents of man-animal
conflict in the Kashmir Valley.
It was a sight that exposed the rapid disappearance of human value which threatens to uproot the remaining shoots that uphold the balance of symbiosis between man and animal.
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