The Superintendent of Police of Panipat has praised the rescue team by sharing the video of the operation on social media.
A policeman and two forest department officials were injured during an operation to catch a leopard in Behrampur village of Panipat, Haryana. However, after hard work, the leopard was successfully caught. According to the information, the incident took place when the rescue team was conducting an operation to catch the leopard on Saturday. The team had received information that the villagers had seen a leopard. After which the team that went to the spot was attacked by the leopard. An SHO and two officers of the forest department were injured in this incident.
The Superintendent of Police of Panipat has praised the rescue team by sharing the video of the operation on social media. SP Shashank Kumar Sawan has written that it was a difficult day for the police and the people of the forest department during the work. Several members of the team have been injured. We salute their bravery and courage. Leopard and the entire team are safe.
Tough day at work for people from police and forest dept.. A couple of them suffered injuries..Salute to their bravery and courage..In the end, everyone is safe..Including the leopard.. pic.twitter.com/wbP9UqBOsF
— Shashank Kumar Sawan (@shashanksawan) May 8, 2022
SP’s tweet is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Till the time of writing the news, it has been liked by more than 16 thousand people while more than 3 people have retweeted it. People are appreciating the bravery of the officers on social media. Let us inform that earlier today, a man was attacked by a leopard in Dibrugarh, Assam, when he was trying to click the picture of the animal. The video of this incident which happened near Kharjan tea garden in Dibrugarh, Assam is also going viral on social media.
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