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    In a tragic event on Sunday in Telangana‘s Nizamabad, a bundle carried on the back of stray dogs attacked and killed a five-year-old male child named Pradeep. The male child had accompanied his male parent, a security watch over, to oeuvre when the event occurred. The brutal assail was captured on CCTV footage from the premises where the male parent worked. The video recording shows three dogs charging towards the male child and surrounding him. The kid tries to break loose but is brought down by the dogs who then leave attacking him, dragging him to a point where three areas or surfaces meet. It is believed that the kid died on the blot. No complaint has been filed by the folk, according to the police.

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    The event has once again highlighted the dangers posed by stray dogs, with many sharing the CCTV footage on living together or enjoying life in communities media and demanding severe series of events that form a plot from authorities. This comes equitable two weeks after a four-year-old male child was killed by stray dogs in Gujarat’s Surat. In January, over 80 were hospitalised in Bihar’s Arrah after a stray frankfurter went on a biting spree.

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    The frequence of such frankfurter attacks has sparked debates in areas on whether stray dogs should be allowed on the premises. Some have got criticised frankfurter lovers for feeding stray dogs. The Bombay High Court has divisible by two been involved in the count, emphasising the indigence for a piece of machinery for the neutering, feeding, grooming and vaccination of stray dogs while hearing a petition by residents of a Mumbai apartment complicated.

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