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Political Party of Kerala Marched With 5 Dead Stray Dogs Tied To A Pole

28 Sep 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

We fail to understand that what could be the new benchmark of insanity. Every other day, it’s a new worse for the animal world. Recently in Kerala, a political party touched a new low by killing 5 stray dogs, tied them to a pole and marched on the road with it. With the rising cases of stray dogs attacking the public in Kerala, the government is in a fix. The lead of the protest, Saji Manjakadambil thought this was the best measure to get back at the strays. He mentioned, “We have killed these dogs. And it’s a warning that this will continue if the central and the state government do not control the stray dog menace.”

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Kerala’s CM, Pinarayi Vijayan had mentioned earlier that the illegal killing of stray dogs won’t be permitted at all in the state. However, Saji ignored the warning and went ahead will killing 5 dogs mercilessly. Once the protest march was over, the participants of the protest thought the best was to leave the dead pooches in front of some municipal buildings and post office.

The police haven’t taken any action against the protesters as of now. The reason behind such hideous act was an incident that happened in Thiruvananthapuram, where a 65-year-old woman lost her life when stray dogs attacked her. As of now, Kerala’s CM has called an emergency meeting of all department heads addressing the fear in public because of stray dog attacks.

We hope the government understands that this isn’t the only way to curb the population of stray dogs. Neutering and sterilization are the best optimum measures that could tone down the population of strays in the city. We wish the government takes the right decision and more importantly a prompt action towards this gruesome act.

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