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Aligarh: A leopard that entered a house in the Jawan village of Aligarh was safely rescued by forest officials on Saturday. Earlier today, the feline entered the house of a local resident named Prem Kumar. The leaopard was rescued by the Aligarh forest department by cordoning the entire area. “We were informed that a Leopard had entered the house of a local resident named Prem Kumar. The rescue team of Aligarh Forest Department reached the spot & cordoned off the area,” nws agency ANI quoted Diwakar Vashisht DFO-Aligarh as saying. 

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“We also learned that 3 people from the family were trapped inside but are safe now. Teams of SOS Agra have also arrived for the rescue operation & Etawah Lion Safari will also join soon,” the DFO added.

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