Uttarakhand farmers play Honey Singhs music to scare wild animals

The ace musician Honey Singh, who, in such a short time frame, rose to dizzying heights, by his own admission, always sang the songs that the youth wants. Most of his hit tracks were always under the scanner of the moral police because they felt that his lyrics were vulgar and misled the youth. The following news, while, it maybe music to some ears will definitely be a shock to many.

In fact we hear that farmers in Uttarakhand are reportedly playing Honey Singh and other Punjabi singers’ music on loudspeakers in order to scare away the havoc creating wild boars and other wild animals that have ‘invaded’ their agricultural land.

The testimonies to this came through the voices of many farmers who echoed the same sentiment. Their reasoning was that since the wild animals avoid places that has human habitat, they hit upon the brainwave of playing music in order to fool the animals by making them believe that there is human presence there. These farmers also play tracks that are loud volume party and bhajans, which really scares away wild boars, jackal, nilgai and other wild animals.

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Uttarakhand farmers play Honey Singhs music to scare wild animals

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