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Meerut: There seems to be no end to the stray cattle menace in Uttar Pradesh. In yet another incident, a man was critically injured after a bull rammed into him and critically injured him. The incident took place in Alipur Morna village under Mawana police station.
The victim identified as Bhuleram was going home when the bull hit him. The bull's attack was so severe that the farmer's intestines came out.

The local residents could muster the courage to go near the victim to rescue the man. The bull stood near the man.

The victim was later referred to hospital in Meerut. Village head Narendra said the bull had earlier attacked several other people in the village.

The villagers had taken it to a cow shelter but it again returned to the village some days later. The police were informed about the



incident.

In a similar incident reported from Daurala area of Meerut, an elderly man was killed and a youth was critically injured by stray cattle. The incident was reported from Sakoti village last Tuesday. The injured were rushed to a private hospital where the 74-year-old man died during treatment. The injured youth was later been referred to a hospital in Delhi.

The deceased was identified as Ranveer, He worked as a farmer. A resident of Tanda village, Ranveer had gone to Sakoti village for some work. A youth named Ranveer also accompanied the elderly man.

When the duo was walking on the road, they were hit by stray cattle critically injuring them. The passersby immediately rushed them injured to a private hospital in Modipuram area in Meerut. While Ranveer died during treatment, Narendra was critically injured and was referred to Delhi hospital.
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