Videos and photos of langur from the classroom to the school office have gone viral. The interesting thing is that it didn’t do any harm or threaten anyone. She has been attending classes peacefully with other students since a week.

Viral News: A new student in the form of a monkey has arrived in a government school in Danua village of Hazaribagh district in Jharkhand. Yes, we’re not kidding! Teachers and students are surprised to see Kondamuchu attending classes with the students for the last week in the school. Videos and photos of langur from the classroom to the school office have gone viral. The interesting thing is that it didn’t do any harm or threaten anyone. She has been attending classes peacefully with other students since a week.

School principal Ratan Verma said that the monkey reaches the school premises as soon as the school opens at 9 am and usually leaves in the evening after the classes are over. A week ago, the students were panicked when they suddenly entered the 9th class in the school. However, without harming anyone, she sat on the bench in the class along with the students. Since then, joining some class room and sitting in the front row with the students has become a routine. He also said that he listens carefully to the lessons and words of the teachers.

Monkey Attends Classes

On Wednesday it reached the principal’s room and sat on the table. After the classes started, she went to the class again. The principal tries to chase Langur away. But, he was still in the classroom. School Management Committee Chairman Sakaldev Yadav said that information has been given to the Forest Department. But, they could not catch it.

Ayub Ansari, Senior Forest Officer, Hazaribagh, said that after receiving the information, our team reached the school to catch the langur. We used fruits and other edibles to divert the animal towards the forest. Although the authorities failed to catch the langur, they chased the animal away from the school premises.

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