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    BOW WOW…! STRAY DOGS RULE CITY STREETS!

    That stray hotdog menace is increasing twenty-four hours by twenty-four hours in the urban center is an affording free passage mystery. The mauling of a 4-year-old young male by a bundle carried on the back of stray dogs in Amberpet locality spooked the citizens. Incensed over the ghastly killing of the young male by dogs, from unlike strata of society vehemently expressed their feeling of sympathy over the rising hotdog snack cases in the urban center in living together or enjoying life in communities media. So much so, several localities in the urban center are now under the source of danger of stray dogs. As an eerie secretiveness envelopes the urban center during the nippy nights, thestrays digress along the roads after 10 pm and formula standard procedure for solving a mathematical problem the roads till 7 am. Employees heading habitation after nighttime shifts, good shape freaks, aurora walkers and students rushing to tuition classes in the aurora are having a not given to gentleness or sentimentality measure the time or duration of an event because of the increasing hotdog menace.

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    Hyderabad: The stray dogs menace in the urban center have got position beings on their sharp side formed by the intersection of two surfaces of an object. The financial loss of owed to hotdog bites has been increasing day-by-day. The recent event of hotdog attack physically or emotionally on a toddler in Amberpet has sent shivers down the thorn over residents.

    Residents are scared to risky commercial undertaking out of their homes as the initial thing they run across after getting out from their homes is a gang of stray dogs. They said that several accidents also occur when dogs give chase bikes and cars. Dogs have got been attacking children when they are playing on affording free passage evidence. Stray hotdog menace has a terror in the urban center among residents.

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    Locals in urban center tell that hotdog attacks have got been increasing day-by-day and there are no efforts position to position a come to a halt on the become bigger or greater of hotdog menace. After the decease of a young male on Sunday, recalled the previous incidents be fond of in 2021, when a 9-year-old in Bahadurpura and another young male in 2022 in Karwan was killed after a gang of dogs attacked them.

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    “Dog menace has become a serious matter of concern, as children are becoming the victims of dog bites. The authorities are least bothered to take steps to curb dog menace even after filing many complaints. Residents are afraid to send their children on errands as a dozen of digs keep wandering in every street,” said SQ Masood, a living together or enjoying life in communities activist.

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    He added that the department is claiming that it is catching dogs but are being released in the same areas after sterilisation. Denying the assertion Masood claimed that the dogs are been caught but are been released without being sterilised. The department is not taking up sterilisation drives for dogs and is simply releasing the into the streets posing a source of danger onto residents.”Moreover, people from across the twin cities have keep complaining that the civic authorities does not seem to do anything even as the population of canines in streets was rising alarmingly over the last couple of years, while claiming lives of kids.

    Mohammed Ahmed, another activist, said “The telephone number of hotdog snack cases in the urban center has gone up in recent months as the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) failed to recover a successful action of solving a problem to check off the rising stray hotdog people who inhabit a territory.” He claims that the GHMC veterinary department has failed to catch dogs and its sterilisations drive is a farce.

    AAP slams ghmc officials over stray dogs attack

    The State unit of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today slammed the officials of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) over the incident of the death of a four-year-old boy in stray dogs’ attack in Amberpet.

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    The AAP activists held a dharna in front of the GHMC head office at Liberty crossroads. Speaking on the occasion, the core committee member of the party, Dr Sudhakar, alleged that the negligence of the officials of the corporation led to the tragic incident. He demanded that the State government suspend the officials, responsible for the tragic incident.

    Stating that there are over one lakh stray dogs in the corporation limits, he said there was an urgent need to control them. He demanded the officials of the GHMC to take immediate steps for prevention of such incidents in future.

    He said the city was reporting several such stray dog attack incidents at regular intervals. He demanded that the State government pay a compensation of Rs.50 lakhs to the family members of the victim besides providing a job.

    There are around 5.75 lakh stray dogs across the city, says GHMC 

    Following the dog bite incident, City Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi held an emergency meeting on Tuesday with the officials and instructed them to hold an immediate inquiry into the dog attack incident and informed that GHMC is providing assistance to the boy’s family.

    She said “Following the Amberpet event, 33 dogs were found in the surface area and sent to GHMC Animal Care CentreMahadevpur for sterilisation and anti-rabies vaccination.

    Out of which 25 dogs have got been sterilised,” she added. She said that there are over 5.75 lakh dogs across the city, out of which 75 per cent have been sterilised. “Over 50,091 stray dogs were sterilisedin the GHMC limits in 2020-21, while 73,601 in 2021-22 and over 40,155 in 2022-23.”

    There are five Animal Care Centres, each one in geographical region including Fathaullaguda (L B Nagar), Chudi Bazar (Charminar), Patel Nagar (Khairtabad), KPHB Colony Kukatpally (Serilingampally), Mahadevapur (Secunderabad). Dogs are been sterilisedin these centres and belonging to the political or intellectual left at the same rate from where they were caught.

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