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Patrolling intensified at Kaziranga

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KAZIRANGA, July 7 - Patrolling has been intensified in and around Kaziranga National Park following rising water level as some parts of western range of Bagori of Kaziranga have already been submerged with water coming from Dhansiri river, informed Director of Kaziranga National Park, Satyendra Singh. He said that time cards have been issued to the plying vehicles to control the speed limit at 30 km per hour. Round-the-clock patrolling has been intensified to check casualties of wild animals coming out of the park area.

At least four wild animals including a hog deer had been hit by the speeding vehicles since the last two days.

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Patrolling intensified at Kaziranga

KAZIRANGA, July 7 - Patrolling has been intensified in and around Kaziranga National Park following rising water level as some parts of western range of Bagori of Kaziranga have already been submerged with water coming from Dhansiri river, informed Director of Kaziranga National Park, Satyendra Singh. He said that time cards have been issued to the plying vehicles to control the speed limit at 30 km per hour. Round-the-clock patrolling has been intensified to check casualties of wild animals coming out of the park area.

At least four wild animals including a hog deer had been hit by the speeding vehicles since the last two days.