India Today reports:
Agra will be under a security lockdown when United States President Donald Trump arrives in the city. Nobody will be allowed to venture out of their homes on the route that Donald Trump would take from the Agra airport to the Taj Mahal. However, this lockdown does not apply to the hundreds of monkeys living in and around the Taj Mahal.
The monkeys and other stray animals have attacked numerous domestic and foreign tourists till date inside the Taj Mahal. All the efforts made by the local CISF unit and ASI staff, to control the monkeys, have gone in vain. Recently, a Danish tourist was mauled by a cow near the Taj Mahal. He was seriously injured.
Currently, the CISF personnel have been armed with hand-held catapults to scare off the monkeys from the premises, but in the presence of the US president, his innermost security cordon will be managed by the United States Secret Service.
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