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After Injuring Shaktiman, BJP Leaders Shot And Killed Stray Dogs For Barking

05 Apr 2016 | by Prekshita Patwa | Posted in: Wag News

There is no excuse to take the life of dogs just because they were barking. Humans talk, do we mind that? Why is it that when dogs speak their language we get annoyed, and feel its our right to shoot them. Horrible. While we're still recovering from the Shaktiman incident (Earlier, last month, a group of BJP members led by Mussoorie MLA Ganesh Joshi had allegedly attacked 14-year-old police horse Shaktimaan at a location close to the state assembly), yet another shameful incident happened:

BJP leader and Janpad Panchayat vice president of Pandaria town in Chhattisgarh was arrested for killing four stay dogs by shooting them after getting irked with their barking. Police recovered two bullets from the spot which helped them to track the accused.


This is the second case of brutality against animals by the BJP leaders.

According to the villagers, three youths in a maruti van shot a stray dog dead after he barked on them near Meghapara village. The incident took place on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday. The same van stopped near a river bank in Golhapara basti where they again shot at three other stray dogs who started barking on them due to loud music being played in the car.

Villagers recovered the bodies of the dogs and informed police, next morning. Cops conducted autopsy of the dogs and identified the accused with the help of bullets which were fired from the licenced revolver of Janpad Panchyat vice president of Pandaria, Pragyesh Tiwari.

Cops arrested 28-year-old Praygesh Tiwari and also confiscated his maruti van. The accused is being questioned to know about the location of his other aides.

SP Mungeli Neethu Kamal informed that an FIR has been lodged against Praygesh Tiwari for cruelty against animals under section 11 (D) of Prevention of cruelty to animals Act 1960 and and Arms Act 1959.

"The accused has used his .22 bore licenced revolved to kill the dogs. Such use of licenced arm is illegal and punishable. He is being interrogated," she added.


Info Source: TOI

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