Cruelty comes from all corners of the country and the world. Here are some more examples taking place in Delhi. Also attaching the FIRs The news report is from hindustan Times.
Three men, appearing to be in their mid 20s, have been caught on tape beating a dog to death in south Delhi. The act was captured on a CCTV camera, fixed on a building near the spot where the dog was killed. Police have registered an FIR and are probing the identity of the men. Investigating officials have approached local residents and are looking at footage from other CCTV cameras, which may have captured them.
The incident took place in Munirka early on August 15 morning. Residents learned about the incident, when a woman who regularly fed the dog near her house realised the animal was missing. The woman in her complaint told police that on checking the usual spot where she fed the dog every morning, she saw blood splattered on the ground. She asked locals about the dog but no one had an idea.
“The dog always slept on the pavement at night. Many locals knew the dog and fed it. When we did not find the dog, we checked the CCTV footage and saw those youths beating the dog. We filed a police complaint on Wednesday. We request police to identify and arrest the youths as soon as possible,“ said a senior police officer.
The CCTV footage shows three youths in a narrow alley walking towards the dog with stones in their hand at 4.04 am. There are two other persons seen at a distance. One of the youths is seen repeatedly stoning the dog killing it at the spot, the others too hit the animal.
Then, they hurriedly threw the dog inside a dark alley and then went on walking about the street, to check so that passersby did not spot them. The footage shows a woman passing by the alley and halting the at the spot, looking at the blood on the road, where the three had killed the dog.
But, she walks away unaware that a dog had been killed at the spot a minute ago. Seconds later, the boys who are seen pretending to be passing by the area, return to the spot with a sack and are seen putting the dead animal inside.
Additional deputy commissioner of police(south) Chinmoy Biswal said a case has been registered at the Vasant Vihar police station under sections of killing an animal and sections of The Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Act 1960.
A senior investigator said, “We have a few leads. There are some witnesses who are helping us in our investigation.”
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n what could put Delhi to shame, five resident's of SOuth Delhi's Munirka area bludgeoned a stray dog to death. According to police, their crime was captured by a CCTV camera operating in the street. A woman staying in the locality submitted the footage to the police, following which an FIR was lodged.
Additional DCP (south) Chinmoy Biswal said efforts were being made to identify the perpetrators who could be Munirka residents. They were seen carrying the dog carcass in a plastic bag after the incident.
The footage, a copy of which is with TOI, is dated August 15. It shows the five men in a street at Munirka Village. Three of them approach a mongrel sleeping on the staircase of a shop. They pick up rocks and start hitting the dog on its head repeatedly. One of them then picks up the dog and throws it inside a small corridor to stop blood spilling onto the street.
They then wait for a while for the street to be completely clear of human presence. Then one of them brings out a plastic bag in which the dog's carcass is stuffed.
All five men then leave the spot with the carcass.
The dog was fed regularly by a few locals. In the morning, those people couldn't find it. "Only some blood was lying there. We realised what must have happened. We contacted some shopkeepers who had CCTV cameras installed outside. The footage from one of them showed what had happened," said a local requesting anonymity.
Locals also said that there have been many similar incidents of stray dogs going missing in the locality, leading to fights. Police suspect the men were drunk and killed the animal to eat it.
Another resident claimed that the killers are from the same locality and have been accused of killing dogs in the past as well. He said the police had been informed about it, and they had promised to ramp up patrolling in the area, but did precious little.