Bhopal: The forest department has trapped a tiger that was roaming on the campus of the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) for about 10 days.

As per reports the incident of a big cat entering the campus is the second one.

MANIT is spread over an area of 650 acres.

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The tiger that was caught on Sunday was reported to have entered the campus on October 8 or 9 and since then it had been roaming around.

The tiger was caught with one of the three cages set to trap it.

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Another tiger had ventured into the institute on October 3 and had killed at least four bovine animals.

The forest department is keeping track of any other possible wild cats inside the campus.

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