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Man Runs Over A Dog’s Neck And Killed It Without Any Sympathy And Says ‘It Is Just A Stray’

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A loud and heartbreaking scream of a stray dog stopped people in their tracks on Wednesday afternoon outside Vashi railway station, where a rashly driven tempo fatally ran over the neck of the unfortunate canine.

Some of the animal lovers present on the site, opposite tower number 6 of Vashi station complex, then rushed towards the tempo (registration number MH43 F 2862) and stopped the driver from fleeing the spot.

“The tempo driver knew that a stray dog was sleeping on the ground, but he deliberately went over its neck. When we questioned why he had harmed the poor animal, he was unrepentant and said that it was just a ‘lawaaris kutta’ (stray dog) and so he did it. We took down the details of his vehicle service company and also informed animal activist Anand Siva,” said eyewitness Ipsita Shetty.

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“It is sad and tragic that the tempo driver just did not care that his rash actions took away a creature’s life. Such people later go on to commit bigger crimes like rape and murder. We found out that the accused works for one R R Maurya of Bhoiwada in Parel. Efforts are on to inform him about this incident,” said Siva.

Siva added that all the circumstantial photos clicked at the spot, along with other details, are being collated so that a proper police complaint can be lodged in this regard. “We have the photos of accused driver, the vehicle service company’s owner, along with the registration number of the tempo. A police complaint will be lodged so that accused is taught a legal lesson,” he said.

Meanwhile, some of the animal lovers have buried the body of the dog at an isolated stretch near Vashi. “The dog was happily leading his life outside Vashi station complex. What right did anyone have to kill him like that? Compassion is needed in order to prove that we are indeed humane,” said a Vashi resident.

SOURCE: TIMES OF INDIA

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