Canine attack victim’s body fished out after a week
SRINAGAR: The body 30-year old Safa Kadal man Shabir Ahmed Bhat who jumped into Jhelum last week when chased by stray dogs was fished out from Jhelum, after seven days of the incident.
Shabir on Saturday last jumped into Jhelum when he was chased by stray dogs soon after he took a bath in the river and was about to wear his clothes.
A pall of gloom descended his native Haft Yaarbal Mohalla at Malik Sahib Safa Kadal as the news of his death got confirmed with the recovery of his body from the river in Sumbal area.
On the fateful day Shabir as per witnesses was bathing on the Jhelum banks. The moment he emerged from the river to wear his clothes, dogs attacked him and he found no options but to jump into the river.
This is the second such killing in the City. Last year a 10-year-old boy Omar Farooq Sheikh died under similar circumstances when stray dogs chased him and he jumped into Jhelum.
Like Shabir, Omar’s body too was fished out several days after the incident.
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