Stray dogs unleash terror in Rangreth
Scores bitten in past few days
Srinagar, June 7: Stray dogs have unleashed a reign of terror in Rangreth area biting scores of people in the past few days, the residents said.
They said at least a dozen locals were bitten by the stray packs in the past around a week.
“I feel scared to go home late because no less than a dozen dogs are prowling outside our main gate,” said Nisaar Ahmed a local.
The residents accused the nearby security camps of having thrown out the packs into the residential locality.
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