Times of India online news on 10-12-14
The boy, Mohammed Shoaib, a student of Class V in Sikroda Primary School, in Sikroda village under Masuri police station, was carrying lunch for his father at work, when the dogs attacked him.
A woman who was passing by the area - near a jungle on the border of the village, around a kilometre from the boy's house - discovered the body as it was being dragged around by the dogs. Crying out loudly, the woman tried to shoo away the canines, but Shoaib was dead by then.
Shoaib was the second of three sons of Mohammed Wasiyat, who is a contractual house painter.
Wasiyat's elder brother, Insaf Ali, who works in the horticulture department of a private engineering college in Dasna, said Shoaib was attacked when he was carrying lunch for his father, who was working in Nanka Garhi colony located across the jungle.
"Nearly 20-25 dogs attacked him. Alone at that time, he could not have fought off the canines all by himself. The body was completely mutilated.
Portions of his torso had been torn apart. Apart from biting, the dogs had also torn away all the hair on his head. We didn't bother to inform the police as no one can be held accountable for this," said Insaf Ali .
The body was buried by the family at around 5 pm in the evening.
"The family did not inform the police about the incident. The body was buried by family members without a post-mortem," said Masuri SHO Virender Yadav. more