Ro­hini bogged down by strays

DNA (Delhi) - - DELHI -

Stray dogs are a ma­jor prob­lem in the en­tire Ro­hini area. There are many ag­gres­sive stray an­i­mals es­pe­cially in Sec­tor 3 and Sec­tor 4, where it gets very dif­fi­cult for the res­i­dents to walk out­side or some­times even cross on a two-wheeler. There are cases of an­i­mal bites ev­ery al­ter­nate day since over a year now. Res­i­dents have sent com­plaints to the con­sumer fo­rum but noth­ing has been done so far. This week alone two chil­dren aged be­low five years were bit­ten by a black dog who was try­ing to save her pups from the passersby. The prob­lem is not only for the hu­mans but for these an­i­mals, too, who are lost among all these houses and peo­ple. The gov­ern­ment should pro­vide them safer places.

“Our sec­tor is con­tin­u­ously hold­ing meet­ings against the nui­sance be­ing cre­ated by street dogs. We have knocked the doors of the Au­thor­ity to take this mat­ter se­ri­ously,” a res­i­dent said. Stray dogs should be ster­ilised so that the men­ace of stray dogs re­duces.

Whether it’s dumped garbage in your lane that’s an eye sore or pot­holes on your com­mute to work — send pic­tures of your friendly neigh­bour­hood ir­ri­tant to con­nectwithdna@gmail.com

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