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Watch: Tiger chases locals in Assam's Napam, 2 injured

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 01:19s - Published
Watch: Tiger chases locals in Assam's Napam, 2 injured

Watch: Tiger chases locals in Assam's Napam, 2 injured

A tiger strayed into Napam area near Tezpur University and attacked local people.

Two persons were injured and admitted to hospital.

In a mobile footage, the big cat can be clearly seen chasing some people and then after leaping, the big cat fell into a pond.

An operation was launched to drive out the animal towards Kaziranga.

Situation is under control.


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