Over 100 Stray Canine Poisoned In Telangana Village, Case Filed: Activist


Based mostly on the criticism, a case was registered, additional investigations are on: Police (Representational)

Sangareddy, Telangana:

Over 100 stray canines have been allegedly killed in Siddipet district of Telangana, in response to an animal rights activist at the same time as police on Tuesday stated a case was registered on this connection.

The mass killing of canines happened at Thigul village in Jagadevpur mandal of Siddipet district, activist Goutham stated in a criticism lodged with the police and accused the Village Sarpanch and Gram Panchayat Secretary of hiring skilled canine catchers and killing the stray canines by injecting them with poison on March 27.

A video on a social media platform confirmed carcasses of canines discovered mendacity in a pit.

Based mostly on the criticism, a case was registered and additional investigations have been on, a police official stated.

The activist additional stated he has additionally lodged a criticism with Siddipet Collector and Siddipet Police Commissioner over the matter and likewise sought suspension of the Village Sarpanch and Secretary.


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