Serial dog killer on the loose in Delhi—NGOs offer Rs 1 lakh for any information

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The most brutal scenes of animal cruelty was caught on CCTV cameras in South Delhi. A chilling footage shows a young man luring stray puppies with treats and then stabbing them to death with a knife—outside South Delhi’s Green Park metro station.

The Hauz Khas police has registered a case under Sections 428 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code against the unknown assailant. They’re not only investigating the brutal slaughter but also the case of sudden disappearance of dogs (with animal rights activists from NGOs) possibly linking the suspect’s involvement.

The police received a distress call on Tuesday morning about the butchered puppies outside the Gate No. 1 Green Park metro station. The police on examining the CCTV camera footage found a youth mercilessly stabbing the dogs.

Animal lovers and NGOs took four other injured dogs in the vicinity to a veterinary clinic. Locals reported that more than a dozen dogs had disappeared from the area in the past two weeks and several other dogs in the locality have stab wounds on their bodies.

Two NGOs have announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for any information about the man seen in the CCTV footage.

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