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Panchkula goes to the dogs, DCP latest victim

COURTESY INDIAN EXPRESS JULY 22

Panchkula goes to the dogs, DCP latest victim
Written by Pallavi Singhal
DCP Kamaldeep Goyal joined the list of aggrieved on July 3 when he fractured his leg while trying to save himself from a stray dog attack. The incident happened in Sector 4, where he had gone to visit his parents.
THERE SEEMS to be no respite from the canine fury in Panchkula. The number of dog bite cases in the city is all set to double from last year. The Panchkula Civil Hospital received as many as 2,839 cases of dog bite until July 14 this year as compared to 2,819 cases in the whole of 2018. A whopping 177 cases of dog bite were registered in the first two weeks of July alone.

While MC claims that it is working towards curbing the population of street dogs by appointing an agency, M/s Jayant Vet House, for sterilisation of the canines, the cases of dog bite tell a different story.

DCP Kamaldeep Goyal joined the list of aggrieved on July 3 when he fractured his leg while trying to save himself from a stray dog attack. The incident happened in Sector 4, where he had gone to visit his parents. He said, “I am a victim in this case and would like some concrete steps to be taken to control these dogs. Stray dogs are a big menace. The problem exists across the Tricity.

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