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Disgusting Police man Beats A Stray Dog Till It's Eye Pops Out!

24 Apr 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Just when you think that you have restored faith in humanity, some hideous activity pops up to shatter your belief again. This time an innocent street dog was viciously bashed by a policeman near the New Police Quarters located in Andheri, Mumbai. The naïve little animal was badly beaten to a point where he became blind from an eye followed by so many other wounds and injuries. We just thank god that there are few people left in this world, who have compassion left in them. A group known as “Save Our Strays” came to know about the circumstances and took action towards it straight away. They promptly took the unfortunate dog to a hospital and lodged a complaint at the Andheri Police Station.


People who witnessed the event tried to intercede, but sadly the vindictive man didn’t stop. He managed to lock himself and the dog inside a toilet and unrelenting hit him hard. The dog is currently being taken care by “Save Our Strays” association. The heartless cop, named Mukesh Dev has been identified as well.

With such a filthy and merciless act of violence has made our heart cry to the core. Violence against anyone isn’t a good thing and with what this man has done to the poor stray dog is certainly the worse one could see. Beating hardheartedly without thinking isn’t an act that could be forgiven easily.

We wish the pooch recovers quickly and hope that this is not faced by any other stray dog or for that matter any animal. You can sign the petition to punish the punish the policeman here: http://bit.ly/1rrXwga. This will be a big kindly act from your side!

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