Woman injured in leopard attack

Gul Janay Bibi was grazing her cattle when incident occured

Our Correspondent May 30, 2016
Gul Janay Bibi was grazing her cattle when incident occured. PHOTO: AFP

MANSEHRA: A woman was injured when a leopard attacked her in a remote village of Ghanol, Mansehra on Monday. A police official said Gul Janay Bibi, wife of Mir Alam, was grazing her cattle when a leopard attacked her. He said the woman screamed for help and relatives reached the spot, managing to rescue her from the animal.

Gul Janay Bibi was shifted to Balakot hospital in an unconscious state from where doctors referred her to King Abdullah Hospital for further treatment. Doctors said the woman suffered injuries on her back, head, arms and hands. However, her condition was said to be stable.

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On November 23, 2015, a leopard killed a boy in the forest area of Makol village in the Galiyat region. Eight-year-old Azhar left his house to defecate at dusk when a leopard attacked the boy and dragged him into the jungle.

The villagers tried to chase the beast, but it escaped, leaving the boy dead.

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Earlier in May, a man was wounded in a bear attack in Mahandri Bachla village in Mansehra. The victim was identified as 70-year-old Waliur Rehman and was working in the fields when the bear attacked.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 31st, 2016.


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