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Close to 40 stray dogs poisoned to death in Ranipet

Close to 40 stray dogs were poisoned to death in Ranipet, Tamil Nadu. The dogs were reportedly administered a lethal injection in a township managed by a public sector company. The police launched an investigation following a complaint filed by an animal activist and a veterinary doctor for the mass canine murder. A case has been registered under the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
While the culprit is still at large, the complainant has claimed that an official of a public sector company near Ranipet engaged their sanitary workers for the mass killing of stray dogs on the premises of the township.
The dogs were poisoned and their bodies were allegedly disposed off at the riverbed near Trivalam Bridge. While police still searches for the spot where the murdered animals were buried, the carcasses of the dogs are expected to be exhumed by officials for post-mortem.
Killing stray dogs is a punishable offence as per Section 428 and 429 of the main criminal code of India – the Indian Penal Code attracting imprisonment of up to two-years, yet these crimes persist. This is not the first mass-killing of innocent mutes in Southern India and the growing rate of sadistic minds indicates that this will not be the last. While the number of beings who consider themselves God and bestow upon themselves the right to take lives at will is increasing, there are also those who still consider themselves ordinary humans and are trying to aid creation.

“Killing helpless beings is a sin. Killing for pleasure is a bigger sin. Turning a blind eye towards such sins is the biggest sin of all! The pain you inflict on others is actually 1/100th of the pain which will soon be inflicted on you. This is not philosophy, this is REALITY” says Yogi Ashwini Ji, the guiding light of Dhyan Foundation, who opposes such lawless mass murders and has announced a reward for anyone who saves the life of these innocent animals.

Dhyan Foundation will give a reward of Rs 300 for saving a monkey in Himachal Pradesh (where monkeys have been declared a vermin), Rs 300 for saving a dog in Kerala (where such mass-canine-murders are rampant) and Rs 500 for saving ‘Gauvansh’ (cow and progeny) all over India.


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