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Feline terror grips Namrup; lady killed in attack

NAMRUP: After a brief silence feline terror spreads diabolic tentacles in Namrup where a lady was killed and another sustained serious injury in two different incidents of attack on Friday.

The first incident took place at 9.30 in the morning at Majkopohuwa village where a leopard which came down from the Joyepur Reserved Forest in search of food sprang upon Maikon Gogoi as she was sitting in sunshine. She was rushed to the hospital with neck and head injury where she died.

Hours after it another incident took place where a leopard attack a boy from behind in Asomiya Gaon. A seriously injured Udhan Gogoi is battling with death in the hospital. His condition is said to be critical.

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