Canine threat looms large in Bemina, Rangreth
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 31: Bemina Coordination Committee has expressed serious concern over the threat of canine attacks looming large in the area for the past some days while the residents of Rangreth said atleast 10 people have been bitten in the recent past.
“The increasing incidents of dog biting in different colonies of Bemina area for the past some days have made people apprehensive of the safety of their children. About half a dozen persons were recently wounded grievously in the canine attacks at Nund Reshi Colony alone. A dog recently pounced on girl and cut her nose. She is battling for life in the hospital. Doctors have suggested plastic surgery to her. In Iqbalabad Lane-4, Bemina, the dogs also attacked some persons,” said the secretary Coordination Muhammad Ashraf Mir in a statement today, urging the Srinagar Municipal Commissioner Sheikh Mushtaq Ahmad to take some effective steps to rid the people of canine threat in Bemina area.
Meanwhile the residents of Rangreth said the dog attacks have been on surge for the past few days.
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