Humanity ashamed in South East Delhi. A gang of about 25 students brutally thrashed the pregnant dog and trampled it to death. These students are allegedly said to be students of Don Bosco Technical Institute.
NEW Delhi: Humanity ashamed in South East Delhi. A gang of about 25 students brutally thrashed the pregnant dog and trampled it to death. These students are allegedly said to be students of Don Bosco Technical Institute.
New Friends Colony police have registered an FIR in the matter after the video of the brutal murder in the park went viral on social media. According to the complaint, two brothers of the institute were also present there allegedly on the instructions of the senior staff.
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In the video that surfaced, it is seen that a pregnant dog is scared inside a tin shed, which is being tortured by a gang of boys. All boys are students of an institute. Then one student goes inside the tin shed with a rod and the rest of the students are asking him to beat the dog.
This video is of 15 minutes, which is quite harrowing. After the video went viral, animal lovers and social activists are demanding strict action against the accused. In the video again the gang of students is shown dragging the dog. Which is outside the college campus. Female dog died due to torture.
“It is horrific to see such brutality by young students who can be seen laughing as they beat an expectant mother to death,” said Ambika Shukla, Trustee, PFA. Scientific studies have shown that cruelty against animals is dangerous because it escalates to violence against women and children, she said. “With time, the high of abusing a defenceless animal dissipates and to impose their power, such abusers, then prey on women and children,” she said.
Shukla said there are ample studies which show an overlap between animal abuse and domestic violence and child abuse. “Animal abusers of today are the serial killers of tomorrow. That is why it is so important for society to take serious note of every instance of animal abuse. “These boys must be rusticated from college and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. The institution must be severely penalised as not only its students but also its staff are involved,” she said.