Boy injured because of monkeys fight in Ajmer

Juvenile Langur monkey with an amputated hand at Taragarh Fort, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India

A 12-year-old boy endured wounds in battle between two monkeys when a stone fell on him at Anderkot in dargah area. The kid has been admitted to JLN Hospital while he is experiencing treatment. Disturbed over the monkey threat, local people requested that monkeys ought to be sent far residential area.

As indicated by police, two monkeys on Friday evening were fighting on an balcony and were running vigorously to get each other. When they bounced on a gallery, a stone tumbled down hitting the 12-year-old Ashraf, child of Mohammad Iqbal inhabitant of Anderkot locale. Neighbors took him to JLN Hospital.

As Anderkot is a crowded area, inhabitants confront money menace every day.

“We have requested that the municipal corporation expel monkeys from the area and send them to more secure places so that such episode can be halted,” said an inhabitant.