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Dear Smita/ Ruhi,
I read the article. Some observations which you might want to consider asking TOI. I couldnt locate any email id. If anyone else can then please write to them asking the following - ( i will also try)
a) Did anyone see the dogs attacking the deer ?
b) Did any postmortem confirm they were attacked by another animal ? i.e. cause of death
c) Generally if dogs attack then they do it for food. so why would they leave the deer rotting. in fact dogs eat anything dead and the reason these deer were rotting prooves that dogs were not even around for many days.
d) Last year in Agra 32 deer died in a similar manner and the reason quoted were 2 - a) HEAT STROKE b) second time they ate clover grass which is mixed and found all around delhi and NCR. if you search the net then you will see that it is highly poisonous and causes deaths of animals quite regularly. So it could be either heat or clover grass which is commonly found.
So if anyone of you have access to this reporter then please try to persuade them to write another article clarifying or atleast presenting these possibilities which can do some damage control. TOI is one paper which is still away from such nonosense and conjectured articles. Please try to maintain the same.
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I went out for a drink with my friend Mayank at select city walk . Once I reached near cafe UNO I was greeted with a gory site of a dead dog and blood all over the place coming out of its mouth. After I made people aware of the situation some things have move forward. Wth the help of People like Ms Ambika and friendicoes were able to contact citywalk's management.

Now we have come to learn that the dog was hit by a car. If only we could have got the car's number we could have taken legal action against whoever the stupid ignorant person is.

If anyone atall knows the car number of the jackass who did this and then drove off even without trying to save the dog please let us know. Thank you

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Please read the mail that I'm forwarding to you - the mail that the Chairperson of the AWBI sent to the C.E.O. of Delhi Jal Board today. Also attached is a scanned copy of the letter that was sent by the AWBI to the C.E.O. of the Delhi Jal Board.
11 dogs were killed in a horribly shocking, cruel fashion - the mail and the letter say it all. They were cut and chopped, pierced to death in the Delhi Jal Board office of lajpat Nagar.
I am lodging a complaint with the Police Station Lajpat Nagar tomorrow.

please check photos attached it has the letter and story of what happened.