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Watch video: Pet dog attacks 6-year-old child in Greater Noida apartment lift

Usually children used to be in danger from street dogs, but now pet dogs have also started attacking children. Pet dogs living in apartments are especially becoming more aggressive.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: A pet dog bite an innocent child in La Residentia Society of Noida Extension. The incident happened in the lift while going to school. When the incident was captured in CCTV, people saw how the child was trying to hide behind his mother in fear. The matter is of Tuesday afternoon. The family of the victim child has complained about the matter to the Maintenance Management and Kotwali Bisrakh.

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Usually children used to be in danger from street dogs, but now pet dogs have also started attacking children. Pet dogs living in apartments are especially becoming more aggressive. Such cases are continuously coming in Delhi-NCR, in which pet dog attacked children and elders in front of the owner. Many such incidents have happened in the lift too.

The latest case is of police station Bisrakh area. The incident took place in the lift of Tower 7 of La Residency, Noida Extension. Pet dog snatched the child’s hand in the lift. The child has had 4 injections. The child is a resident of flat number 1302 of Tower 7 and his father’s name is Rahul Priyadarshan. After the incident, the child is very scared and scared.

There is resentment among the people of the society regarding the incident. He says that many incidents of dog bite have happened in the society. Significantly, a new dog policy has been approved in Noida regarding the ever-increasing menace of pet dogs.

Recently, an 8-month-old child had died due to dog bite in the city. After the introduction of the dog policy, it is now mandatory to register with the Noida Authority for keeping pets. Apart from this, if a person is bitten by a pet dog, then the cost of treatment and a fine of Rs 10,000 will be charged from its owner.

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