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Man kicks puppy to death, assaults woman taking care

A Facebook post has exposed the brutality of 30-year-old Abhishek Ingle, who reportedly kicked the two-month-old puppy till its intestines came out and physically abused a woman taking care of the injured canine.

india Updated: Oct 10, 2017 18:22 IST
Samiksha Pattanaik
Samiksha Pattanaik
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Abhishek Ingle,Karnika Pandey,kicks puppy to death
30-year-old Abhishek Ingle, from Nagpur, reportedly kicked a two-month-old puppy till its intestines came out (Seetha Anilkumar\Facebook)

A man in Maharashtra’s Nagpur kicked a puppy to death and then molested a woman taking care of the injured canine.

A Facebook post has exposed the brutality of 30-year-old Abhishek Ingle, who reportedly kicked the two-month-old puppy till its intestines came out and physically abused Karnika Pandey on Friday.

Pandey, a 25-year-old lawyer who lives in the same society as Ingle, then sought the help of animal activists and lodged a complaint at Gittikhadan police station against Ingle.

“He manhandled her and tore her t shirt. This is the man of some company who is in the exectutive post. Do you think that the women working under him if there are any is safe. Do you think this is a man who will protect another? (sic)” Seetha Anilkumar, an animal rights activist, asked on Facebook.

Abhishek Ingle reportedly kicked the two-month-old puppy till its intestines came out (Seetha Anilkumar\Facebook)

According to a Times of India report, Ingle was charged with animal cruelty and later released on bail for Rs 15,000.

“When the police was approached they booked him under sec 354 which is a non bailable offense but what do you know .He got bail .Thanks to our system and our political class (sic),” Anilkumar added.

The pictures of the puppy have been widely shared on social media, with many expressing shock and disgust at the barbarity of the man and calling for stronger laws against animal abuse.

First Published: Oct 10, 2017 18:06 IST