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Horrific Incident Where a 35 Year Old Taxi Driver Rapped A Puppy And Dumped Her In a Drain

02 Sep 2017 | by | Posted in: Wag News

One word to define all the emotions of goodness, charity, understanding, love, used to beHumanity.I am not sure about this word and its underlying meaning, anymore.

'Every dog deserves a human but not every human deserves their pure-soul in their lives.'It is not important for each and every one of us to be a pet-guardian, but basic humane behavior is expected from all of us.

When did we get to this level ofdespondency?

This news of canine-abuse left me numb for hours.

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"A 34-year-old taxi driver, Naresh Kumar, allegedly raped a female puppy and left it to die on 25 August in Narayana area, Delhi. The driver was drunk at the time and grabbed the puppy named Jenney by the locals. He then raped the dog and left it bleeding."as reported.

Animal lover Abhishek Kumar who stays in the same colony noticed in the evening that the puppy was missing. A search led locals to an inebriated Naresh. The neighbours asked the cabbie about the puppy and he allegedly told them that he had dumped it in Naraina Industrial area after having sex with it.

Locals say he showed them the jute bag lying in the drain and then ran away. Abhishek rushed the puppy to Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre where doctors declared it dead.

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A post-mortem report confirmed rape and death due to excessive bleeding from private parts as well as shock.

Even after four days of receiving the complaint and the postmortem report, cops had not converted it into an FIR until the complainant met senior officials.

"A few hours after approaching the seniors, the FIR was registered on Tuesday night under Section 429 of the Indian Penal Code and Section 11 of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act," said Abhishek. He added that despite confirmation in the autopsy report, Section 377 (unnatural offences) of the IPC has not been added in the FIR. (Reported in India Today)

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