Policemen arrived to catch leopard who was entering village, then he attacked him and...

Chandigarh: A leopard on Saturday created a ruckus in Behrampur village in the Panipat district of Haryana. When the police and forest department teams of Bapauli and Sanauli police stations reached there to nab him, the leopard attacked some people, including Bapauli SHO Jagjit Singh. After much struggle, the leopard was made unconscious and the forest department staff took it with them. A farmer named Bhopal said that around 6 pm he had gone to collect fodder from the fields when suddenly the leopard came in front of him. He fled from the spot to save his life.

In the fields of Behrampur, a farmer saw a leopard early in the morning. The police of two police stations tried to catch up all night. The forest department team also reached the spot, after which the leopard was caught. In fact, a farmer saw the leopard moving around while cutting fodder and ran to the village. The Bapauli police station was then informed. On getting the information, the police reached the spot and informed the forest department about it and till late in the night, the forest department team reached the spot. Earlier, the police of Bapauli and Sanauli police stations tried to catch the leopard with the help of villagers. Till the leopard could not be caught, its panic continued in the surrounding villages. Late at night, the police and forest department team caught hold of the leopard and took him with them unconscious. Bhopal, a resident of village Atolapur, said he is a farmer by profession.

The leopard had absolutely come in front of the farmer and stood up. On seeing her, he ran towards the village and informed the police in this regard. Following the information, Bapauli police station in-charge Jagjit Singh and Sanauli police station in-charge Balbir rushed to the spot along with the police force. The police set up traps around the fields. Panic spread in the entire area on the information of the leopard being found. Police officials reported this to the Superintendent of Police Shashank Kumar Sawan. SHO Jagjit Singh was injured in the process of catching the leopard. The forest department team caught the leopard unconscious and took it along. After which the villagers heaved a sigh of relief. 

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