Elephants broke house of Pando primitive tribe in February, No compensation yet...

Rooplal Marawi is visiting Bonga village in Pratappur block of Surajpur district in Chhattisgarh where he meets wife of Hari Pando s/o Ramkishun, a primitive tribal whose house was broken by a herd of elephants in February. Officers have visited them but they are yet to get any compensation. Their house is in bad shape in rains and she says elephants had eaten grains and cash. They are some how surviving by working as daily wage labour. Please call Tehsildar@8120187182 to help. Rooplal@7089415537

Posted on: Jul 12, 2016. Tags: Rooplal Marawi

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