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Garbage Littering and Feeding Religious Offerings to Monkeys are causing Havoc and Menace in Chandigarh, Punjab & Haryana High Court demands immediate response action plan from the Authorities

Lawstreet Journal 29 Sep 2020 6:07pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Garbage Littering and Feeding Religious Offerings to Monkeys are causing Havoc and Menace in Chandigarh, Punjab & Haryana High Court demands immediate response action plan from the Authorities

The bench headed by Justice Arun Monga of Punjab and Haryana High court was hearing a plea made by Divyam Dhakla of Shivalik Enclave, Mani Majra, Chandigarh requesting the court to provide a solution to prevent the havoc and disturbances created by Monkeys in the specific area which is causing danger towards individuals at a large number day by day. The petitioner also requested the court to take an immediate response from the Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh, and other higher authorities to provide a soluble action plan against such menace and havoc done by the monkeys.

The Court observed the facts and asked the Municipal corporation of Chandigarh to submit a report of providing an action plan and strategies for preventing the human numbers of such areas from these attacks and menace. The court further also called unjustified, cruel, and outrageous to kill these animals in the name of self-defense. The court also observed the fact that garbage-littering done by the locals of such areas and feeding monkeys out of religious aspects are one of the main causes for such menace. 

Arguments put forth

On 05.08.2018, the petitioner pleaded that when he was going to his house on his scooter, he was attacked by a monkey, and also, he fell down from a vehicle and received injuries. It was also mentioned in the petition that in NAC Shivalik Enclave, Mani Majra, Chandigarh, the aforesaid menace is increasing day by day and the residents of the area are living under the atmosphere of fear.

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