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    Srinivas Reddy, the Additional District Collector (Revenue) of Telangana’s Siddipet district, was recently bitten by a stray dog while on an evening walk near his house in the collectorate complex. The complex houses the quarters of the district collector and other officials on the outskirts of Siddipet town. The official sustained serious injuries on both legs and was taken to Siddipet’s government hospital. He was kept in the Intensive Care Unit for observation but was later discharged.

    The incident occurred on Saturday night but only came to light on Tuesday. In another incident at the same location, a man and the collector’s pet dog were also injured in an attack by a stray dog. Additionally, a boy was injured in another incident of dog bite near the collectorate. These incidents highlight the growing menace of stray dogs in Siddipet and many other towns in Telangana.

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    Several incidents of dog bites have been reported from various parts of the state in recent days. In February, a four-year-old boy was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs in Hyderabad. In response, the municipal administration department announced a series of measures to check the menace, but incidents of dog bites continue to be reported from several districts.

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