No less than 50 group puppies were burned alive at Keezhamur town close Melmaruvathur, around 50km from Chennai, on June 5. The dogs were quieted with sustenance bound with pesticides. Police said a couple of villagers murdered the dogs which professedly assaulted groups of sheep and goat.
The episode became known after a villager educated a creature dissident, P Aswath, who revealed the disaster four days after the fact. Taking into account Aswath’s controversy, the Melmaruvathur police enrolled a case and booked – Murali, Muthu, Murugadoss and Jeeva – of the town in this association. Police officials said the villagers guaranteed a couple group puppies harmed a couple sheep and goats when they were touching. A portion of the harmed dairy cattle kicked the bucket of puppy nibbles later.
Aswath said the Melmaruvathur police did not take him seriously at first. “They seemed to support the version of the villagers. But the dogs were poisoned and doused with kerosene before being set on fire,” he said. Aswath said he saw the half-burnt corpses which were highly decomposed. “I collected the bodies and burnt them fully,” he said.
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