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Delhi citizens phase sit-in to object increasing dog bite cases


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New Delhi,UPGRADED: Mar 16, 2023 06:30 IST

By Ram Kinkar Singh: The Residents Welfare Association of Delhi’s Rajouri Garden location staged a sit-in on Wednesday versus the increasing dog bite cases in the city and throughout the nation. According to a report, 58,000 cases of dog bites were reported within 6 months in Dr Ram Manohar Lohia and Safdarjung medical facilities.

Former minister of state Vijay Goel said, “If we see the data of all the medical facilities, then lakhs of cases will come out. According to a quote, there are 10 to 12 occurrences of dog bites every hour.”

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Goel declared that in 2019, the Kejriwal federal government had actually formed a house committee on the issue of dogs under the chairmanship of Somnath Bharti. However, Goel said the suggestions of the committee have actually not been executed till date. “If the federal government was severe, then the variety of roaming dogs might have been managed in 4 years,” he included.

The worry of dogs has actually been spreading out with occurrences of dog bites being reported at a greater frequency. The roaming dog threat is likewise constantly increasing. Dogs are biting kids, individuals in the streets and in parks.

Recently, 2 bros, aged 5 and 7, were killed in an attack by stray dogs in 2 different occurrences within a period of days.

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