Two people were assaulted by a panther in Indira Nagar territory of Maharashtra’s Nashik city in the early long stretches of Saturday, police said.
The episode occurred at around 5.30 am the point at which the panther entered Rajsarathi Housing Society in Indira Nagar, an authority said.
The creature assaulted a senior resident on the structure’s flight of stairs and when he raised an alert, it ran outside and continued to assault a bystander, the authority said.
Both police and timberland authorities were alarmed promptly, however the panther couldn’t be followed, he said.
The casualties continued minor wounds, the authority stated, including that the occurrence was caught by CCTV cameras in the region.
As per a few reports, before Indira Nagar, the panther was seen in Mumbai Naka region and at Tidke Colony in the city.