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Man Calms Angry Elephant, Tourists Stunned by the Spectacle

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So, you know how elephants are these gentle giants, right? Well, sometimes they can get really mad and cause chaos. There’s this crazy video going viral where a wild elephant suddenly goes berserk. And guess what? There’s a man in a jeep right in front of it!

This man, he does something totally unexpected. He just raises his hand and starts clapping loudly. And you won’t believe it—the elephant actually calms down! It’s like magic! The elephant, which was charging towards him, just stops and then peacefully walks away to rejoin its herd.

 

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Can you imagine being one of the tourists in that jeep? They must have been completely shocked!

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Disturbing Video: Man urinates on asleep dalit labour; video goes viral.

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In Lucknow, a man named Sanjay Maurya urinated on the face of Rajkumar Rawat, a Dalit laborer, while he was sleeping in the afternoon. This shocking act was caught on video and quickly spread on social media, causing widespread outrage.

Rajkumar Rawat’s family reported the incident to the police. The police confirmed that they are aware of the video and have started an investigation. They assured that Sanjay Maurya would be arrested soon.

“We are investigating the case and the accused will be arrested,” said DCP West Zone Durgesh Kumar.

 

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This incident is similar to one from July last year, where a man named Pravesh Shukla urinated on a tribal man in Madhya Pradesh’s Sidhi. That video also went viral, leading to Shukla’s arrest. He was charged under various laws, including the Indian Penal Code (IPC), the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, and the strict National Security Act (NSA).

The incident in Madhya Pradesh caused a nationwide outcry. The Chief Minister at the time, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, even invited the victim to his official residence and washed his feet as a gesture of apology.

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Video: 10-Foot Terrifying Crocodile Encounter in UP’s Bulandshahr.

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A wave of panic hit a town in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday when a ten-foot crocodile emerged from a canal and made its way into a nearby area. Frightened locals captured videos of the massive reptile attempting to climb a railing close to the canal. The crocodile had made its way out of the Ganga canal near Narora Ghat in Bulandshahr, UP. Concerned residents quickly alerted the police and forest department, who responded promptly to capture the crocodile.

During the rescue operation, the crocodile was seen trying to climb an iron railing in an effort to return to the water. When this failed, the agitated reptile fell to the ground and tried to flee. To secure the crocodile, forest officials covered its head with a cloth and attempted to restrain its limbs to prevent any aggressive behavior.

Footage shows the team using ropes to bind the crocodile’s legs. Four officials managed the ropes around its head and front legs, while another secured its hind legs. Additional team members lifted its tail and tied a rope around its mouth to ensure a safe capture.

 

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Monitor Lizard Found in Lucknow Apartment,Forest Department Quickly Rescued.

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A startling video from Lucknow has gone viral, capturing a commotion in a VVIP apartment near the Vikalp Khand-3 Malhaur police post in the Vibhutikhand area. The disturbance was caused by a monitor lizard, often mistaken for a crocodile, which made its way to the second floor of the apartment complex, causing widespread panic.

In the video, a woman entering her room is confronted by the large, reptilian creature. Her phone’s camera captures the moment she spots the lizard, leading to a panicked reaction as she screams and runs away, fearing for her safety. The footage has rapidly gained traction on social media.

The big question remains: how did the lizard manage to reach the second floor? It is believed that the creature crawled up from the ground level. The presence of the lizard sent shockwaves through the apartment complex, prompting residents to immediately alert the police and forest department.

Responding swiftly, the forest department team arrived at the scene, safely capturing the iguana. They assured the residents that iguanas are generally non-aggressive and pose no immediate threat. The team then relocated the iguana to a secure location.

 

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