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The pet dog attacked the private part of the youth (23), resident of Premnagar of Krishnanagar police station area. The incident happened last Saturday at 10.30 pm. The seriously injured youth was admitted to KGMU for treatment. After being discharged from KGMU, the victim went to the police station and filed a case on Thursday, when this matter came to light. The youth has also demanded compensation from the owner of the dog.

The youth told in his Tahrir, on the night of September 3, there was a Jagran in his locality. After Jagran I was going home on foot. A person named Shankar lives near the Shiva temple that falls on the way. He has kept a dog. Shankar was walking the dog in the night. As soon as he reached in front of the temple, the dog attacked him. To escape, shouted and also sought help from the dog’s owner Shankar.

The youth alleges that Shankar did not try to remove the dog. Somehow he freed himself from the dog’s clutches and ran away. According to the victim, the dog had badly bitten her private part. He went to Lokbandhu Hospital for treatment, from where he was sent to KGMU by doctors. Tests there revealed that his urinary tract was severely damaged in the dog’s attack.

Woman and innocent have died in dog attack
In three areas of the capital, a retired female teacher and an innocent have died due to pets and stray dogs. On 7th April, innocent Mohd playing in the primary school of Municipal Corporation in Musahibganj, Thakurganj. Raza (7) and her five-year-old sister Jannat Fatima were attacked by stray dogs. During the treatment, Mr. Raza died. At the same time, treatment of Jannat Fatima went on for several days.

At the same time, on July 12, retired teacher Sushila Tiwari (82), a resident of Bengali Tola of Kaiserbagh, was nipped and killed at home by her own pet pitbull dog Brownie. In this case, the Municipal Corporation kept Brownie under its supervision for 15 days. On the other hand, on 30 September, a pet dog attacked Dhirendra Singh’s four-year-old son in Abhilasha Colony of Aldico in PGI area. seriously injured him. His treatment went on for a long time in KGMU. In this case, a case has been registered against the owner of the dog in PGI police station.

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The pet dog attacked the private part of the youth (23), resident of Premnagar of Krishnanagar police station area. The incident happened last Saturday at 10.30 pm. The seriously injured youth was admitted to KGMU for treatment. After being discharged from KGMU, the victim went to the police station and filed a case on Thursday, when this matter came to light. The youth has also demanded compensation from the owner of the dog.

The youth told in his Tahrir, on the night of September 3, there was a Jagran in his locality. After Jagran I was going home on foot. A person named Shankar lives near the Shiva temple that falls on the way. He has kept a dog. Shankar was walking the dog in the night. As soon as he reached in front of the temple, the dog attacked him. To escape, shouted and sought help from the owner of the dog, Shankar.

The youth alleges that Shankar did not try to remove the dog. Somehow he freed himself from the dog’s clutches and ran away. According to the victim, the dog had badly bitten her private part. He went to Lokbandhu Hospital for treatment, from where he was sent to KGMU by doctors. Tests there revealed that his urinary tract was severely damaged in the dog’s attack.

Woman and innocent have died in dog attack

Retired female teacher and innocent have died in three areas of the capital due to pet and stray dogs. On 7th April, innocent Mohd playing in the primary school of Municipal Corporation in Musahibganj, Thakurganj. Raza (7) and her five-year-old sister Jannat Fatima were attacked by stray dogs. During the treatment, Mr. Raza died. At the same time, treatment of Jannat Fatima went on for several days.

At the same time, on July 12, retired teacher Sushila Tiwari (82), a resident of Bengali Tola of Kaiserbagh, was nipped and killed at home by her own pet pitbull dog Brownie. In this case, the Municipal Corporation kept Brownie under its supervision for 15 days. On the other hand, on 30 September, a pet dog attacked Dhirendra Singh’s four-year-old son in Abhilasha Colony of Aldico in PGI area. seriously injured him. His treatment went on for a long time in KGMU. In this case, a case has been registered against the owner of the dog in PGI police station.

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