One puppie was killed on the spot, other passed after a 2-days battle.
Hyderabad: Two stray puppies were burnt alive by the guard of an apartment complex at Bowenpally. The puppies were around one-and-a-half months old.
An eyewitness said the watchman, identified as Ramakrishna, set fire to some bushes even with knowing that the two puppies and their mother were sleeping at the spot. The Bowenpally police have booked a case in contradiction of Ramakrishna.
The occurrence is believed to have happened on Monday at Satya Sai Enclave on Dairy Farm Road in Bowenpally.
A neighborhood, who saw the incident, said one of the puppies was burnt to death on the spot while the other sustained 40 per cent injuries. The mother managed to escape. “But the watchman recognized that the puppies and their mother were asleep under the bushes in an open plot,” the eyewitness said.
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The lost puppy with 40 per cent burns was soon moved to Blue Cross of Hyderabad, at Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad for more treatment. But it died after a two-day battle, on Wednesday.
Supporters from the animal welfare organization, Persons for Animals, have lodged a police complaint on the occurrence. The police booked a case under Prevention of Unkindness to Animals Action. 1960 and provisions of the IPC.
Terribly, there have been several events of violence against canines in the city. In July last, eight minors burnt to expiry three puppies at a burial ground in Musheerabad while one of them video-graphed the shocking act. Recently, four pugs were found starved to expiry in a flat in the city.