Two people were killed in tiger attacks in Maharashtra, at Chandrapur and Gadchiroli.

Two people were killed in two separate tiger attacks in Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts . A tiger killed a woman in a forest plantation site in Chandrapurs buffer zone .

On Saturday morning, two people were killed in two separate tiger attacks in Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts.Although a tiger killed a woman in a forest plantation site in Chandrapur's buffer zone, a second tiger killed a farmer in the fields near Armori in Gadchiroli.Early in the morning, Jaibai Jengthe (60) from Sitarampeth village in the TATR buffer stood alongside other women at the buffer plantation site behind Jaishree Resort.A tiger lurking in the vicinity assaulted and killed her while she was collecting tendu leaves.

Officials from the buffer zone have extended a Rs50,000 ex-gratia reward to the victim's family.This is the fourteenth human being killed by a predator in the district this year.Tigers have claimed nine lives and five leopards out of the nine.On Saturday morning, a tiger assaulted a farmer on his farm near Armori town in Gadchiroli.

A tiger had shot and killed a woman in Arsoda village, just one-and-a-half kilometers away from the sight of the latest attack.So far this year, four tigers have claimed lives in Gadchiroli.