In what way did the villagers help Mrs. Packletide shoot the tiger
In what way did the villagers help Mrs.
Packletide shoot the tiger?
Answer: The villagers were delighted at the prospect of earning thousand rupees, so they arranged for the tiger hunt. Children were posted night and day on the outskirts so that the tiger would not leave his domain.
Goats were left in the forest in order to
satisfy the animal. Women took care not to make noise while passing by, so that the tiger would not be disturbed.
Last but not the least, the villagers
offered support and assistance at night of hunt. A platform had been constructed on a comfortable and convenient place on a tree for Mrs. Packletide and
her paid companion.
They remained there throughout the night.