The Madras High Court has directed the State government to chalk out an ‘action plan’ to tackle the dog menace faced at the premises of Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M).
Pragadhish was taken to Tiruppur Government Hospital in Dharapuram Road for treatment where his condition is said to be stable.
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According to sources, the incident occurred on September 4 and came to light last Wednesday.
In a horrific incident, a stray dog was seen carrying a severed head of a baby on VP Rathnasamy Road in Bibikulam on Wednesday afternoon.
In a recent incident, four healthcare workers were injured after a stray dog that took shelter on the hospital premises went on a biting spree in a bid to protect its puppies.
In the case of Thrikkakkara municipality where a massacre of community dogs has taken place, there was no data available on how many dogs were subjected to the ABC programme and the expenses incurred
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Working relentlessly in the parvovirus outbreak since June, vets at Besant Memorial Animal Dispensary have saved more than 700 strays through an active vaccination drive
The team comprising four members is also supported by livestock inspectors and doctors who also go to field for on site treatment of animals as and when required.
A local veterinary doctor and Gram Panchayat personnel exhumed the bodies for post-mortem.
“It will be difficult for a normal person to witness such a scene of recovering a massive number of carcasses.
The court directed the Thrikkakkara municipality to ensure that no such incident takes place within the territorial limits of it in the future and to put in place suitable machinery for that purpose.
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Cyclists, joggers, walkers and residents are demanding measures to curb stray dog menace as incidents involving them are on the rise in the capital.