The CPI(M) has urged the Andhra Pradesh authorities to launch measures instantly to test the elephant menace in Parvatipuram Manyam district.
Celebration State secretary V. Srinivasa Rao, in an announcement on January 18 (Wednesday), stated that the individuals of Parvatipuram Manyam district had been struggling lack of life in addition to property attributable to elephant menace.
“Goruchitte Chinna Rao died at Talada village in Bhamini Mandal a day in the past. The federal government should pay an ex gratia of ₹25 lakh to the bereaved members of the family and a job to one of many members of the family,” stated Mr. Srinivasa Rao.
He stated that two elephants had been roaming round Jiyamma, Valasa, Komarada, Bhamini and Kottur mandals. “The federal government equipment, nonetheless, has neither taken any step to test the menace nor issued any warning. Farmers within the district have incurred crop loss price greater than ₹3 crore since 2018 and greater than seven individuals have died. Even because the individuals have been requesting the forest officers to test the menace, there was no response,” stated Mr. Srinivasa Rao.
He alleged that instances have been registered in opposition to the individuals who staged protests over the problem. “It’s time the govenrment responded to the state of affairs,” he added.