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More Than 100 Wild Dogs Poisoned In Telangana Village, Case Filed: Activist

Based on the complaint, one case has been registered, further investigation is on: Police (Representative)

Sangareddy, Telangana:

More than 100 stray dogs were allegedly killed in the Siddipet district of Telangana, according to an animal rights activist although police on Tuesday said a case had been registered in connection with the matter.

A mass killing of dogs took place in Thigul village in Jagadevpur mandal Siddipet district, Goutham activists said in a complaint made to police and accused Sarpanch Village and Secretary Gram Panchayat of hiring professional dog catchers and killing wild dogs by injecting them with poison on March 27.

A video on social media platforms showed the carcass of a dog found lying in a hole.

Based on the complaint, one case has been registered and further investigations are underway, a police official said.

The activist further said he had also lodged a complaint with the Siddipet Collector and the Siddipet Police Commissioner regarding the matter and also applied for the suspension of Sarpanch Kampung and the Secretary.


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