New Delhi: Human cruelty against animals seems to get worse day by day. Days after disturbing images of the pregnant elephant dying in a river went viral, images of a cow’s busted face after eating dough laced with crackers, and a man dragging a dog along the road in Delhi went viral. While we are still trying to get over the elephant’s plight, the other two cases have deeply affected mankind.
#Delhi This poor dog was inflicted with grave torture – a scoundrel had him tied him to the back of his two-wheeler with a long rope and dragged him along on the road.— Abhishek Joshi (@kaalicharan) June 3, 2020
When passersby raised an alarm, the man cut the rope and ran off. pic.twitter.com/SOqnbV5uqr
In Delhi, an unidentified man tied up his dog to a two-wheeler and dragged it along the road. However, the dog was rescued when locals raised an alarm and the miscreant cut the rope and fled from the spot. Abhishek Joshi, a dog lover and a digital marketer, shared the pictures of the dog that has put through hell and it’s heartbreaking. He also told animal-lovers, that the dog can be adopted and fostered.
After the incident, Joshi told, “No one thought to get the number of the vehicle. Someone alerted the Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre, Raja Garden, New Delhi, an ambulance was dispatched and the poor, badly injured and terrified little boy was brought to the shelter.”
Another heart-breaking incident occurred in Himachal Pradesh’s Jhondutta village in Bilaspur district on May 26. Footage of the cow, named Nandini, surviving with a busted jaw went viral after the animal’s owner Gurdyal Singh posted the videos on social media. The video soon went viral following which strict action was demanded against the miscreants.
Unidentified persons in the state of Himachal Pradesh have fed crackers the cow But no response from any celebrities— VenkyYouTuber (@venky_you) June 8, 2020
Justice for Nandini cow pic.twitter.com/RFsUw7ob5Y
Bilsapur Superintendent of Police Devakar Sharma told the cow was fed a highly explosive firecracker called ‘aalu bomb’. Sharma said a case under Section 286 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act has been registered and the role of the main accused and some other people are being investigated.