The animals reportedly died due to thirst and hunger and their bodies were strewn across the village in a radius of around 35 km, they added.
The bodies were sent to a government veterinary hospital, assistant sub-inspector at Lathi police station, Damra Ram said.
Forest ranger Prakash Singh said veterinary doctors conducted a post-mortem and as per preliminary probe, the deer probably died of hunger and thirst.
Chinkara (Indian gazelle) is included in the endangered species list.
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