Monkeys seized schools due to long closure, created ruckus as soon as children entered
Monkeys seized schools due to long closure, created ruckus as soon as children entered

Gwalior: Every part of the country is suffering due to corona. Seven months later, on the second day of the school's opening, the monkeys entered the classroom and also occupied the principal's room. A monkey sat on the principal's chair. He also sat on the shoulders of the teachers in the classroom. For about an hour, the monkeys continued to create ruckus in the school. Due to this, the monkeys also bit two persons including a student and an employee.

In fact, the case pertains to the Government Excellent Higher Secondary and Higher Secondary School at Dabra, Gwalior. The 11th class students had arrived on Tuesday. Students and their parents had also come to take admission in the class. As a result, a group of about five to six monkeys also arrived. The monkeys stormed into the principal's room. The principal then left his chair in fear, and a monkey occupied the chair. This led the staff to make a video of it.

In the classroom, the monkeys jumped on the heads of the working teachers. The monkeys present in the gallery bit a student and the guardian in the leg. Along with this student from Dabra, the group of monkeys also creates havoc in the BRC office, the district office. School workers said that in 15 to 20 days, a group of monkeys come to the school and created a ruckus. The forest department is given a call but no action is taken. This negligence can lead to a major accident sometimes.

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