Monkeys Attack: Monkeys attacked brother and sister near Taj Mahal, now the removal exercise intensified

Publish Date: 27 Sep, 2022 |

The exercise to remove the monkeys from the Taj Mahal has been intensified. The barbed wire fencing is being repaired to keep the monkeys away from the Taj Mahal. Trimming is being done, especially those twigs from the trees around the Taj Mahal. On which the monkeys reach inside the Taj Mahal. Along with this, surveillance of employees has been increased in all those places from where the risk of monkeys going inside is highest.

People demanded to get rid of monkeys

The Agra Divisional Trade Organization has held an emergency meeting and demanded from the DM and the commissioner that the incidents of monkey bites by tourists at the Taj Mahal should be stopped every day. The Taj Mahal is being defamed in the world. The government is responsible for the safety of the tourists who are coming to the Taj. 

Organization President Pawan Bansal said that to stop the terror of monkeys, arrangements should be made for langurs or steps like fencing of electrical wires on the building should be taken so that monkeys could not come inside the Taj.

Monkey attacks siblings

Fierce monkeys in Agra attacked brothers and sisters coming out of the eastern gate of the Taj Mahal on Friday night. Due to the terror of the monkeys, both the children had come out with a stick, but the monkeys snatched the stick. Its video has also gone viral. The eastern gate was attacked by a herd of monkeys who came out of the garden in front of Pathak Press. 

Municipal Commissioner Nikhil T Funde said that the plan has been prepared in collaboration with the Forest Department. The forest department has sent the plan to the government. After the instructions, the plan will be implemented.


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