Monkeys broke 50 CCTV cameras, take this big step to protect EVMs

Pilibhit: The problem of the Election Commission is increasing continuously in Pilibhit, UP. The Election Commission has now resorted to the languri monkey to get rid of the problem. Actually, voting is going to be held in Pilibhit on 23 February. Before voting, EVM machines and other equipment used at the booth on the day of voting have been kept in the Mandi of Pilibhit.

More than 50 CCTV cameras were installed by the Election Commission to maintain the same EVM machine and other equipment, but the monkeys broke them. Police and forest personnel were resorted to to get rid of the monkeys. Cages were also kept at many places, but the monkeys also broke the cages. Now the langur monkey has been planted to get rid of the monkeys.

Giving news about using languri monkey to protect EVMs, Pilibhit Election Commission officer Pulkit Khare said that the languri monkey has been brought to the mandi so that all the equipment kept there can be saved. It is noteworthy that the polling in Pilibhit is to be held on 23 February. Before the polling, a gathering of politicians has started in Pilibhit. Deputy Regional Forest Officer Sher Singh said about this, a strong room has been made here and CCTV cameras have been installed to look after them, for the safety of the monkeys who had broken, the forest department team is deployed and languri monkeys are also deployed. 

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