Terror of dogs in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj, took the lives of two brothers in the attack, an atmosphere of panic in the area
Two days later, on March 12, Anand’s younger brother Aditya along with his cousin Chandan (24) had gone to the same forest area for defecation, police said, but Aditya was badly injured in an attack by stray dogs, police said. He told that Aditya was taken to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.
New Delhi. Stray dogs killed two brothers in Vasant Kunj area of South West Delhi. Since the incident, there is an atmosphere of panic among the people in the area. The incident took place on March 12 when two minor brothers died in suspected cases of attack by stray dogs roaming the streets. The police gave this information on Sunday.
Police said the deceased have been identified as Anand (seven) and Aditya (five). These two brothers lived with their parents in a slum area in Sindhi Basti. Police said that on March 10, at around 3 pm, Anand was reported missing, following which the SHO, Vasant Kunj (South), along with a police team and the child’s family, launched a search for him. A senior police officer said that after searching for two hours in the forest adjacent to the slum, the child’s body was found near a wall at an isolated place.
The official said that several injury marks were found on the child’s body which looked like animal bites. Police said that a case has been registered in this regard and the body has been sent for postmortem. Two days later, on March 12, Anand’s younger brother Aditya along with his cousin Chandan (24) had gone to the same forest area for defecation, police said, but Aditya was badly injured in an attack by stray dogs, police said. He told that Aditya was taken to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead. The police is investigating the matter
Preparations started to catch dogs
After this incident came to the fore, the employees of the corporation have also reached the spot with four to five caged vehicles. The exercise of catching stray dogs from this area has also intensified. Delhi Police has also started investigation in the forest located in Sindhi Camp area. It is only after this incident that the corporation has speeded up the action to catch the dogs.