Kelantan villagers living in fear of wild jumbos

29/6/2022 3:33:00 AM

Kelantan villagers living in fear of wild jumbos

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Kelantan villagers living in fear of wild jumbos

VILLAGERS in Kampung Tok Uban in Kuala Krai are living in fear as wild elephants by the dozens continue to roam and ravage the Kelantan village over the past month, Sinar Harian reported.

Farmers also complained of their crops being destroyed by the elephants.“Before this, I had never even seen an elephant. But now they are just right outside my house. It is not just one or two, we are talking about a large group of up to 20 elephants,” said villager Mohd Ridzuman Hanapi.

The 37-year-old added that the wild elephants started appearing on May 26, and the 90 families in the village have been filled with anxiety since.Farmer Mohd Azhar Mat Jusoh said he was forced to stay in his farm overnight to protect his vegetable and banana crops from being destroyed by the elephants.

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Farmers also complained of their crops being destroyed by the elephants. “Before this, I had never even seen an elephant. “Kita turut menggalakkan orang ramai menjaga penjarakan fizikal,” kata beliau selepas Majlis Pelancaran Bulan Wakaf Maik di Kompleks Balai Islam Lundang di sini, hari ini. But now they are just right outside my house.. It is not just one or two, we are talking about a large group of up to 20 elephants,” said villager Mohd Ridzuman Hanapi. Beliau berkata, kerajaan negeri setakat ini tidak menetapkan SOP tambahan sepanjang majlis tersebut berlangsung nanti. The 37-year-old added that the wild elephants started appearing on May 26, and the 90 families in the village have been filled with anxiety since. “Sepanjang Pas memerintah Kelantan, kita (kerajaan negeri) tidak menerima apa-apa peruntukan daripada kerajaan pusat untuk kita meningkatkan air di Kelantan,” katanya selepas menghadiri Majlis Pelancaran Klinik, Hospital dan Farmasi Patuh Syariah Pertama Di Malaysia semalam.

Farmer Mohd Azhar Mat Jusoh said he was forced to stay in his farm overnight to protect his vegetable and banana crops from being destroyed by the elephants. “Apa yang penting, kita sama-sama menjaga SOP sedia ada,” ujarnya. Muslims can perform ibadah korban anywhere they want,” he told reporters after launching MAIK Waqf Month at Kompleks Islam Darul Naim here today. “I have to set up a fire to scare the elephants,” said the 43-year-old. Kelantan Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) director Mohamad Hafid Rohani said the department would deal with the elephants in the village. Ini berikutan sekiranya acara korban dilakukan, berlaku aktiviti berkumpulan yang boleh menyebabkan penularan Covid-19. He said putting up electric or barbed-wire fences are being considered. In another development, he said MAIK has never appointed any individual or company to collect funds and donations using the agency’s name. > Desperate to avoid arrest, a 30-year-old man who was detained by the National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) officers mixed his urine with tap water during a drug test in the hope of testing negative. – UTUSAN.

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