Panic has gripped Pankpal where around 20 persons have sustained critical injuries due to attacks by monkeys.
Soaring temperatures may not be the only cause of worry for Hyderabadis this summer. The dreaded dog bites and monkey menace are some of the others.
The victim sitting at the porch of her house on Monday evening when she was attacked by a troop of wild monkeys.
In 2016, monkeys were declared as vermin in 38 tehsils and sub-tehsils of 10 districts in Himachal Pradesh.
The claim, detailed in two reports published in a Chinese science journal, is the latest in a series of biomedical advances in the country, some of which have fuelled medical ethics debates.
The Delhi High Court, which has been directly monitoring the progress by the department for the last one year, will take up the case in January.
Giving a different narrative, Krishnapal Singh, the brother of the deceased, in his complaint has said that Dharampal was collecting woods for a havan when he was attacked by the monkeys.
For Delhi Police commandos, there’s an enemy within that can’t be terminated. Commandos and snipers deployed on rooftops of Delhi Police headquarters have a strange task at hand to combat monkeys.