It has become very comfortable for the general public to travel in Delhi Metro. But in the meantime the terror of monkeys in the metro is increasing continuously. Seeing the terror of monkeys, the metro administration has made a new plan to teach them a lesson.
Delhi Metro: It has become very comfortable for the general public to travel in Delhi Metro. But in the meantime the terror of monkeys in the metro is increasing continuously. Seeing the terror of monkeys, the metro administration has made a new plan to teach them a lesson. Not only this, guards have also been deployed at many stations to save the passengers from the terror of monkeys. At many stations including Patel Chowk and Chandni Chowk of Metro’s Yellow Line, the guards are ready to see the increasing number of monkeys.
Precautionary instructions of metro administration to protect from monkeys
According to reports, after the monkey entered the Blue Line of the Metro in the month of June last year, posters put up at many stations had given precautionary instructions for rescue. With this, the Metro has issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) so that the passengers are not disturbed, on Monday afternoon, a large herd of monkeys was seen outside the Patel Chowk metro station. These monkeys were snatching food and drink from the passengers.
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Metro guard bitten by monkey
But, in the evening, the number of monkeys started increasing along with the passengers. Soon a herd of monkeys reached the stairs of the metro station. According to the report, the monkey posted at the metro station bit the security guard. Security guard Kamlesh Kumar said that duty has been imposed here to protect the passengers from monkeys. Last week, a guard was bitten by a monkey while defending a passenger while exiting the lift. Such guards have also been deployed at some other stations.
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Let us tell you that DMRC has issued a new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to avoid monkeys or other animals.
- Do not show or feed food items to animals.
- If the animal still does not move from the front, then walk in peace.
- Do not kill the animal. Report this to the station personnel or helpline number.