Menace of Dogs and monkeys
"STRAY DOGS BITE BOY TO DEATH IN S. DELHI.
A pack of stray dogs bit a seven years old boy to death after he accidentally fell on one of them while playing at a grave yard near his house in the Okhla area of southwest Delhi on Tuesday afternoon.
Police said the boy, Mamun, was on a mound of sand with his friends when tripped and was rolling down on a dog. The startled animal started barking at him, attracting other dogs towards the boy. Before he could get up, one of dogs had caught him by neck."
Is the Local Government listening. perhaps NO. There is a almost daily talk even in our Colony as well of the menace caused by the dogs and monkeys. Even repeated requests to MCD, has not not brought any perceptible relief.
Is the Kejriwal Government listening? more
Time and again I find so called activists only trying to save the stray animals and many of them go out to feed them in public places although it is an offence to feed them. No authority is ready to take any action. more
I further wish to mention that the owners of the pet dogs are also responsible for :
!. Taking their dogs for a walk and to relieve natural call on the road, service lanes and even parks,
2. Thus the road or service lanes become so full of shit that it becomes difficult to walk.
3. As the parks are not spared by such people, the parks become unusable for children to play.
4. At times the Pet dogs are quite furious and even bite.
I wish some penal clauses must be introduced by the civil authorities in rules and regulations. more