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With complaints from residents of Delhi about the monkey menace and problem of stray dogs, the AAP in its manifesto for civic elections has said that it will tackle the twin problems using existing laws.
"AAP will solve the dog and monkey menace in Delhi within the existing legal and statutory framework, if it come to power in the municipal corporations," Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said in its manifesto released on Wednesday.
Residents of several areas in Delhi have complained to municipal authorities about presence of monkeys, noting that it restricts their movement and causes a scare among children. They also complained of monkeys tearing up clothes and fiddling with pipes and cable wires.
The city's hospitals also receive regular cases of dog bites.
Municipal authorities had last year estimated that the number of stray dogs in south Delhi itself was about 1.89 lakh.
The results of the civic body elections will be known on April 26.
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