Authorities in Greater Noida, India are searching for a leopard that has been spotted by residents of the Ajnara Le Garden society. The search began a week ago after security guards reported seeing the animal, but it was not found at that time. However, additional sightings and video footage from residents have prompted the Forest Department to renew their efforts to locate the leopard. It is believed to be hiding in the portion of the society currently under construction.
Residents of the Ajnara Le Garden are understandably concerned about the presence of the leopard in their community. The Forest Department has assured them that they are taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of both the animal and the residents. They are working with local authorities and wildlife experts to determine the best course of action to take.
While it is not uncommon for wild animals to venture into urban areas, it is important to remember that they are simply trying to find food and shelter. The Forest Department is urging residents to remain calm and to report any additional sightings to them immediately. They are also reminding people not to approach the animal or try to capture it themselves.
The Forest Department is continuing to search for the leopard and is asking for the public’s assistance in locating it. They are urging anyone with information about the animal’s whereabouts to contact them immediately. In the meantime, they are working to secure the area and prevent any further encounters between the leopard and the community. It is hoped that the leopard can be safely captured and returned to its natural habitat as soon as possible.
The District Forest Officer, P K Srivastava, stated that a team has been sent to the location to investigate and verify the information.