CM Shivraj praised Mother for saving her child

A mother and her love never diminish. Recently, we are going to introduce you to a mother who saved her child from death. This is the case in a village in Madhya Pradesh where a feudal tribal woman bravely rescued her son from the leopard. Despite the sudden leopard taking her son away, the woman did not lose consciousness and locked the rest of her children inside her hut and ran towards a forest in the direction where the leopard had taken her eight-year-old son. The woman's child was injured and the woman was also injured but the woman somehow saved her son.

This information was given by forest department employees and state chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on social media which you can see. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted: "Salutations to the mother who took out the child from death's hands and gave her a new lease of life. The mother chased the leopard a km away in the Sidhi district of the state and confronted her for a piece of her liver. This courage to hit death is a wonderful form of motherhood. The case is said to have been reported last Sunday night. The incident took place in Badi Jharia village of the buffer zone of Sanjay Tiger Reserve in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh. Kiran, a woman from the Baiga tribe, was sitting near the fire with her three children so that they could not get cold.

Meanwhile, suddenly a leopard appeared there and in a moment grabbed his son Rahul with his jaw and fled. The woman was shocked to see this, but she kept herself calm. She then locked her two other children from the hut and immediately ran towards the forest where she saw the leopard carrying her son. Kiran then tried to scare the leopard with a stick and raised an alarm. The leopard may have been scared and fled leaving the child. Now the one who is listening to this story is not even praising the courage of the mother.

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