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GOALPARA, March 17 - A protest rally was taken out from Beltola (in front of JN stadium) via DFO office to the DC�s office by the public of Madyapara of Raikhasini part II on March 15 highlighting an incident where a lady Faguna Orang was trampled by a wild elephant on March 9 night. The protesters submitted a charter of demands separately to the DFO and the Deputy Commissioner through which they demanded immediate security in the area and an enquiry against the forest officials for their inaction and absence from duty while the wild herds entered their village leading to a man-animal conflict. The public also demanded immediate electrification of the area and arrangements for searchlights to aid the people so that they are able to keep a watch on the animals and to mitigate the man-animal conflict.

Besides these, a compensation of Rs 10 lakh and a government job on compensatory ground to the next of the kin of the victim be given immediately and also compensation paid for crops damaged by wild elephants.

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Protest rally at Goalpara

GOALPARA, March 17 - A protest rally was taken out from Beltola (in front of JN stadium) via DFO office to the DC�s office by the public of Madyapara of Raikhasini part II on March 15 highlighting an incident where a lady Faguna Orang was trampled by a wild elephant on March 9 night. The protesters submitted a charter of demands separately to the DFO and the Deputy Commissioner through which they demanded immediate security in the area and an enquiry against the forest officials for their inaction and absence from duty while the wild herds entered their village leading to a man-animal conflict. The public also demanded immediate electrification of the area and arrangements for searchlights to aid the people so that they are able to keep a watch on the animals and to mitigate the man-animal conflict.

Besides these, a compensation of Rs 10 lakh and a government job on compensatory ground to the next of the kin of the victim be given immediately and also compensation paid for crops damaged by wild elephants.