Coronavirus Lockdown Security guards feed starving monkeys at Daulatabad Fort

  • | Wednesday | 3rd June, 2020

Amid the coronavirus-induced lockdown, some security guards of the Daulatabad Fort here in Maharashtra have taken the initiative of providing food to nearly 150 monkeys starving in the fort premises. The Daulatabad Fort, a popular tourist place spread in an area of 300 acres in Aurangabad, is home to nearly 150 primates. Seeing their plight, a group of men guarding the fort decided to feed the starving animals. Talking to PTI, Archaeological Survey of India monument in-charge Sanjay Rohankar appreciated the gesture of Joshi and other security guards deployed at the fort. "Since tourists are not allowed inside the fort due to the lockdown, the monkeys were starving, but our guards came to their rescue," he said.

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