Among the people who saw lions in Rajkot taluka were fear, one female and two male lions roaming

Video goes viral: Fear among lions in Rajkot taluka, one female and two male lions roaming, forest officials monitoring lions

Lions were found in the mound area in Kathrota

In the Sardhar, Padasan and Kathrota areas of Rajkot district, there is an atmosphere of fear among the people when lions appear. A video has surfaced today showing a lion in Cathroto. In which lions were seen roaming the hills. However, the video has recently gone viral on social media.

The Forest Department team is keeping a close eye on the lions
According to the information received, in the viral video, it has been found that a female and two male lions have climbed in Rajkot taluka by going to Gondal from the supposed side. However, the entire incident was reported to the forest department, which is keeping a close eye on the lions.

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There was an atmosphere of fear among the locals
Lions are found in Sardharas Padasan and Kathrota areas of Rajkot district. A female and two males are roaming in different areas of Rajkot taluka. Due to which an atmosphere of fear is being seen among the locals. Significantly, just a few days ago, a panther broke into a closed house in a residential area of ​​Gondal. However, after a great deal of effort by the forest department, the tiger was caged.

The fear of seeing the lion for the first time was seen among the villagers – Forest Department officials
Lion activities have been seen in Rajkot district for the last 10 days. This is the first time a lion has been spotted in Sardhar village, said Ravi Prasad, a Forest Department official. He further said that seeing the lion for the first time had created fear among the villagers.

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The Forest Department team held a meeting with the village sarpanches in the taluka including Jasdan. Currently two teams are working in the forest area. Forest officials told farmers not to turn on the water at night. With this, if a lion appears, the forest department has been asked to report immediately.