Dog menace is biggest threat to schoolchildren
IT is said that Almighty made the human Ashraful Makhluqat, meaning best of all the creations. But unfortunately in Srinagar the right of a dog to life is safeguarded more than a human.
After having read the recent cases of dog attacks, do those “champions”, the so called “dog right activists” still think they are justified? Can the bloodbath, the canines are doing, be dismissed under the carpet of their love for dogs?
What answer do they have for the question posed by the then Honorable Chief Justice FM Ibraheem Kalif Ullah that: Will a dog stop biting after sterilization?
Don’t these “dog right activists” have families? As for me I have a bitter experience. On Jan 20th 2012, my nephew was returning home from tuition in Baghwanpora when dozens of stray dogs suddenly attacked him, biting him over a 100 times. Grateful to those who rescued him timely and day night efforts of doctors at SKIMS that he is alive.
On the fateful night I had send a SMS to the then Commissioner SMC, Sheikh Mushtaq saying: “A/A Respected commissioner sb my 10 year old nephew studying in class 4th was on his way from tuition this afternoon when he was attacked by about 15 dogs. He is now admitted in POW battling for his life. Doctors are trying their best to save him. Come right now and see his condition. Presume if it would have happened to your child, what will you do?”
The commissioner replied “Allah will save your son Inshallah, I will pray for him. So called animal Lovers have prosecuted me for killing even mad dogs.”
Every other day we hear the deadliest act by the canines. My concern for now is the well being of children who study at schools in our area and elsewhere in Srinagar.
If Allah forbid any mishap happens, we will have no option but to hold the administration responsible.
Manzoor Ahmed Wangnoo Chairman NLCO/Bilaliya Educational Institute
(The ideas expressed are author’s own)
Lastupdate on : Sun, 29 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 29 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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