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    As the scorching summer temperatures soar in Hyderabad, citizens are facing an increasing menace from stray dogs, raising concerns about dog bites during the day when the mercury touches 42-43 degrees Celsius.

    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has witnessed a significant surge in dog bite cases recently, prompting authorities to step up efforts to control the situation. Despite active measures such as sterilization and vaccination of stray dogs, the population continues to grow at an alarming rate.

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    Citizens express ongoing apprehension, pointing out that even after sterilization, instances of dog bites persist. One resident vented frustrations on social media, questioning the effectiveness of GHMC’s efforts after encountering large dogs loitering near their home despite assurances of sterilization.

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    Last month, GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose convened a meeting to address the spike in dog bite cases. He announced plans to establish a core committee comprising representatives from voluntary organizations. This committee will collaborate with officials to formulate proposals and present them to the government for approval and implementation.

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    With citizens voicing anxieties over the persistent threat of dog bites amidst rising temperatures, the GHMC’s efforts to tackle the issue underscore the ongoing challenge of managing the stray dog population in the city.

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