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Such incidents involving stray canines are being reported extra usually now

New Delhi:

In yet one more incident of the canine menace, a pack of stray canines attacked a toddler in an condo advanced in Ghaziabad whereas he was enjoying exterior within the compound space.

The video was recorded by a safety digicam put in within the condo in Ghaziabad’s Raj Nagar Extension.

The video reveals the canines attacking and dragging the kid who lies helplessly on the bottom. The kid was rescued after a person standing close by got here and launched him from the canines’ clutches.

That is the fourth such incident when a toddler was attacked by canines within the Delhi-NCR area this month.

Final week, a two-year-old little one was attacked by canines in Delhi. On. January 9, a seven-year-old lady was allegedly attacked by a neighbour’s American Bully canine in Delhi’s Rohini.

A one-and-a-half-year-old lady additionally obtained three fractures and a number of stitches on her physique in an alleged canine assault in north Delhi’s Burari on January 2. The lady and her grandfather have been out for a stroll when the canine allegedly attacked the kid.

Such incidents involving stray canines are being reported extra usually now, with movies inflicting alarm and resulting in many housing complexes discouraging residents from feeding them contained in the premises.

Movies of a number of horrific assaults by pet canines have additionally surfaced on social media, with involved individuals calling for stricter tips to stop such incidents.

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