Agra: Taj Mahal to be Freed from Monkeys and Dogs Ahead of G20 Conference

India has got the chairmanship of the G20 summit. In such a situation, the delegation of the G-20 summit will come to Agra to see the Taj Mahal. During this, the administration has started preparations so that they do not have to face the terror of monkeys in Agra.
Agra: Taj Mahal to be Freed from Monkeys and Dogs Ahead of G20 Conference
Agra: Taj Mahal to be Freed from Monkeys and Dogs Ahead of G20 ConferenceImage Credit: Qamir

India has got the chairmanship of the G20 summit. In such a situation, the delegation of the G-20 summit will come to Agra to see the Taj Mahal.

During this, the administration has started preparations so that they do not have to face the terror of monkeys in Agra.

The Archaeological Department has identified about 250 monkeys. For this, tenders will be taken out and work will be done to catch monkeys.

What District Magistrate said?

According to District Magistrate Navneet Chahal, the world-famous monument Taj Mahal will be freed from monkeys and dogs.

Permission has been obtained from Wildlife to catch monkeys and this work will be done by the Municipal Corporation.

At the same time, in view of the arrival of the delegation of the G20 summit, fire safety standards will be audited in the Taj Mahal.

Security cordon of Taj Mahal will be further strengthened
Security cordon of Taj Mahal will be further strengthenedImage Credit: File Photo

The entire campus will be equipped with CCTV cameras and medical facilities will also be deployed at all gates.

On the arrival of VIP guests, they do not face any problem in online ticketing, in such a situation, the system of online ticketing will also be improved.

Taj Mahal will be monitored with drone cameras and the security cordon of Taj Mahal will be further strengthened.

Business activities going on around the Taj Mahal will also be stopped during the VIP visit.

Several press conferences will be held in Agra from February to August

From February to August, there will be several press conferences in Agra in which representatives of more than 20 countries including America, Russia and Japan will participate.

To get rid of the menace of stray dogs in Taj Nagari, the Municipal Corporation has started the work of sterilization of dogs. In such a situation, the terror of monkeys in Taj Mahal has become a problem for the tourists.

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