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Snake Infestation Escalates in Dhangadhi, Kailali

२०८१ असार २६, ०२:५६ Dineshkhabar Desk

Dhangadhi – The city of Dhangadhi in Kailali is experiencing a significant increase in snake sightings and infestations across various wards, ranging from Ward No. 1 to Ward No. 19. City police have been actively involved in rescuing snakes that have entered the homes of locals.

Notable incidents include: - Ward No. 3, Phapla: A snake was rescued from Resham Pant's house. - Ward No. 3: A snake was found in a concrete well at Dhana Bisht's residence and subsequently relocated to a safer area. - Ward No. 7: A black cobra was captured from Kalpana Bohra's home.

- Ward No. 14: Another cobra was rescued from a local's house. - Ward No. 13, Himalayan Toll: A snake was caught at Saurabh Baniyan's residence. - Ward No. 7, Jokhar Tal Chowk: A rattlesnake was captured from Tilak Mouni's house. - Ward No. 2, Santoshi Tol: A snake was rescued from Prakash DC's house to prevent potential accidents.

In just a week, city police have rescued snakes from about a dozen homes and have safely relocated them. The residents of Dhangadhi are increasingly reporting snake encounters to the city police, leading to a proactive response to these incidents.

By the third week of June, the city police had rescued nearly 400 snakes within the current financial year, highlighting the scale of the infestation. Authorities urge residents to remain vigilant and report any snake sightings promptly to ensure their safety and that of the community.

Dineshkhabar Desk

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