Hyderabad: two videos have emerged of dogs being killed in cruel ways.
The latest incident comes weeks after two medical students in Chennai threw a dog from the rooftop of a building. In yet another disturbing act of animal cruelty, a video has surfaced showing a group of seven boys burning alive three puppies in Hyderabad.
The incident, which happened at Vazir graveyard near Ek Minar mosque in Hyderabad’s Musheerabad area on July 16 evening, came to light on Wednesday when the video clip was posted on Facebook and within hours it went viral on social media. Based on a complaint from some animal rights activists, the Musheerabad police registered a case.
two videos have emerged of dogs being killed in most cruel ways. Five boys were seen throwing the puppies into fire made out of burning wood and garbage. When the puppies started screaming and tried to come out, the boys were seen pushing them back into the fire using sticks. They waited till the puppies were burnt completely. The puppies are heard squealing in terror.One of the pups is seen trying to wriggle out of the burning pile. The boy filming the video is heard encourage his friends on.
A case has been filed by Animal rights activist Shreya Paropkari and Jayasimha Nuggehalli. Now The case is under investigation and the police are trying to identify the persons involved.
A case under IPC Section 429 (for mischief by killing or maiming cattle or any other animals), and two Sections under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960,” said Mr B. Ravi Kumar Reddy, sub-inspector of police from Musheerabad.
The disturbing videos come just weeks after of two medicos flung a stray dog from their roof top at Kundrathur in Chennai. The dog survived with a few broken bones, and was treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital, Chennai.