Sixteen home animals have been reportedly killed by straying tiger at Kurukkanmoola
The Wayanad District Improvement Committee (DDC) assembly, chaired by District Collector A. Geetha, right here on Friday urged the State authorities to set aside a particular compensation bundle for farmers of Kurukkanmoola and close by locations, the place home animals have been reportedly killed by a tiger not too long ago.
A particular sub-committee, chaired by the Wayanad Sub-Collector, too had beneficial that the case be thought of as particular, and that the farmers be granted ample compensation.
As many as 16 home animals owned by 13 farmers have been reportedly killed.
O.R. Kelu, MLA, urged the Forest division to undertake efficient measures to forestall wild animals from straying into human habitats. House owners of personal estates on the forest fringes ought to clear undergrowth, as bushes and crops change into hideouts of untamed animals, he stated.
The meet determined to submit a proposal for allotment of funds for the renovation of homes of tribespeople within the district.
T. Siddique, MLA, demanded the reopening of the ICU unit on the Normal Hospital at Kainatty.
The meet additionally known as upon the federal government to allot extra seats for Plus Two humanities batches within the district to accommodate tribal college students.