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Animal lover marries off pet monkeys

DNMUM275578 | 4/30/2013 | Author : Imran Fazal | WC :326

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Nallasopara: The mood was set for a perfect wedding. The fire for the saath phere was lit and couple's family members were present as well. The only thing that might seem a bit odd was that the bride and groom were two monkeys.
Jayesh Mehta, 55, an animal lover and a developer from Nallasopara, had arranged the wedding of his two pet monkeys — six-months-old Hrithik and five-months-old Deepika — at his animal shelter on Vasai-Virar link road.
"Fire brigade officials from Central Park, Nallasopara (E) had rescued Hrithik from a building terrace three months ago. They handed him over to my care as he was creating a nuisance at their premises. On Hanuman Jayanthi, fire brigade officials received a call from Vasant Nagari ar
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