Animal Activist Beaten For Protecting Stray Dog From Being Bullied [News]

04 Aug 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

We have already talked about misery for animal lovers in one of our articles. Here is another shocking story of how an animal lover was recently assaulted while rescuing dogs. This shameful incident happened on Tuesday, 29th July, near Nizamuddin Police Station when Tejas, the victim was thrashed by a group of men when he asked them to stop teasing a dog.

As the incident to the police is reported, Tejas was travelling to Faridabad from India Gate when he saw a bunch of vagabonds troubling a street dog. He stopped by to ask them to stop doing what they were doing not much attention was paid. The culprits continued to bully the poor canine. Finally Tejas, intervened to rescue the dog and was unfortunately punched several times by the men without any provocation.

They left him bleeding on the main road from where he gathered courage and went to the nearby police station and from where he was taken to the hospital for first aid. Tejas was later admitted in a hospital in Faridabad and his family was informed.



A case has been registered and the team is looking for the assailants. The police have suspected them to be vagrants staying near the footpath near the Nizamuddin Dargah and have identified the four men using the description given by the victim himself.

It is sad to see that in a place like Delhi, where there are people at one side who love canines immensely, there are also people who go upto heights like these to create hindrances for people who love dogs.

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