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Killing German Shepherd lands four men in trouble

The killing of a dog landed four persons in trouble with Faridabad police registering cases against all the accused on Sunday night. Prabhu Razdan reports.

india Updated: Jan 11, 2011 00:05 IST
Prabhu Razdan

The killing of a dog landed four persons in trouble with Faridabad police registering cases against all the accused on Sunday night.

According to police, the incident of dog killing was reported by Narinder Sharma, a resident of Sarswati Colony in Palla area under Sarai Kwaja police station who lodged a complaint that a German Shepherd dog was beaten to death by four men in the locality around 8 pm on Sunday.

Police said Narinder Sharma's domestic help Sunny was taking the dog for a walk in the evening when it suddenly started barking at bovine animals, disturbing the group of four people, sitting nearby.

"The four men beat the dog to death with lathis and threatened Sunny of dire consequences," police officials said, adding, "A case has been registered under different provisions of Indian Panel Code against the four men in this connection."

The accused were identified as Karam Vir, Neelu, Manu and Banwar-all residents of Palla area under Sarai Kwaja police station. The case against them was registered under sections 323,429, 506 and 34 of IPC.

"We are investigating the case and already case has been registered in this connection", ACP Sarai Kwaja Darshan Lal Malik said.