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An elderly man has died in a tiger attack in Madi, Chitwan.

The deceased has been identified as Suryanath Adhikari, 68.

According to District Police Office Spokesperson DSP Bijayaraj Pandit, the jungle cat had pounced on Adhikari who was grazing cattle in a community forest on Saturday.

Adhikari who remained out of touch since Saturday was found dead at 8.30 am on Sunday.

The office said his body was found in the Madhyawarti community forest and it seemed the jungle beast attacked him to death.

The body was taken to the Bharatpur Hospital for a post-mortem. - RSS 

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