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Thursday, February 02 2023

Indian Army to rescue injured Sidda

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Bengaluru: The Indian Army has come to the rescue of the injured elephant Sidda who is lying at a ragi farm in Magadi taluk in Ramanagara for the past two weeks.

Over 50 army personnel of Madras engineering group (MEG) will be helping the injured elephant to get back on its feet. The elephant had injured its front right leg. The soldiers are trying to make the elephant stand so that it can be shifted to a hospital for better treatment.

It may be recalled, on August 30, Sidda had suffered injuries to its legs and shoulders when it fell into a ditch at Dodderi. The Forest department then escorted it back to Savandurga. However, crippled with severe pain, the elephant was spotted floating in the backwaters of the reservoir. In late October, the elephant plonked itself a few hundred meters from the backwaters and has since not got up on its own.

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