Dog menace in Rajivnagar
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Dog menace in Rajivnagar

June 30, 2021


I’m a resident of Rajivnagar, Sathagalli A Zone. Our area has very few residents and has a vast land around left for future constructions. Of late the number of stray dogs has increased so much that we are not allowed to freely move around.

Yesterday also there was an incident of dog bite and chasing. We are fed up with this. covid is still in our lives and to add on, we have this dog menace.

The dogs come in packs and attack the humans. We are worried for kids who innocently sneak out of the house compound. Moreover, the dogs caught from other areas are left here. I hope the MCC authorities will look into this matter and do the needful.

– Md Faizan, Student, Rajivnagar, 29.6.2021

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