The attack of monkeys in Gujarat, India became dangerous, an Indian boy died after being mauled by monkeys.


The attack of monkeys in Gujarat, India became dangerous


The attack of monkeys in Gujarat, India became dangerous: Dipak Thakor, a 10-year-old boy from Gujarat, India, was attacked by a group of monkeys while playing on the street with his friends, and his intestines were ripped out on the spot. When the police arrived at the scene, they found that his intestines had been torn. He was pronounced dead by the doctor after being sent to the hospital.

The Hindustan Times reported that the incident occurred on Tuesday (November 14) in Salki village of Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat state. Thakor was playing with friends at a temple near his home. was attacked.

“His intestines were ripped out and he later fled home, where his family rushed him to the hospital, but he was pronounced dead by doctors on arrival,” officials said.

Vishal Chaudhary, an official from the forest department, said that this was the third monkey attack in the area in seven days. They assured the villagers that a team had been sent to the area to actively hunt down the monkeys that were attacking people ferociously.

Chowdhury said: “We have rescued two monkeys in the past week, and one was caught in the trap, which often appears among the monkeys in the village. Four of the adult monkeys have been involved in attacks in the past week, and currently, 2 have been captured and efforts are on to capture the remaining monkeys.”


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