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Mohali: Woman arrested after her pet dogs bite man

The man was seriously injured. His family claims when told about the incident, the owner started quarrelling with them.

By: Express News Service | Mohali |
Updated: July 30, 2019 11:00:35 am
chandigarh, attacked by dog, pet dogs bite man, stray dogs, dog bite, panchkula, pgimer, chandigarh news, indian express news According to the complainant, the incident took place when he had gone to his farmhouse. (Representational)

A woman was arrested on Monday after her pet dogs allegedly bit a man on Sunday in Takipur village near Mullanpur.

According to the complainant, the incident took place when he had gone to his farmhouse. “Manjeet Kaur has two pet dogs. Many people have complained about them in the past, but she continues to keep them. On Sunday, when I was about to enter my farmhouse, both dogs bit me badly,” Amritpal Singh (24) said in his complaint.

Amritpal Singh added that he was seriously injured and when his family told Kaur about the incident, she started to quarrel with them.

Acting on his complaint, the Mullanpur police booked Manjeet Kaur under sections 289 (Negligent conduct with respect to animal) and 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the IPC.

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Sub-Inspector (SI) Harpal Singh, the investigating officer of the case, said Amritpal was admitted to the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital (GMSH), Sector 16, Chandigarh.

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