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Stray Dogs Killed 6 Year Old Boy In Bhopal

Stray dogs killed 6-year-old boy

In a tragic, incident in Bhopal, a six-year-old boy has mercilessly killed by half a dozen village stray dogs in front of his mother in Bhopal’s Awadhpuri area on Friday. A boy named Sanju was playing in an open farm field, just a few metres from his home in Shiv Sangram Nagar when Sanju was attacked by the stray dogs. The boy’s mother tried to save him from the dogs but her actions went in vain.

Sanju’s mother who had given birth to a kid in last month and underwent surgery was resting at her home when her husband came from work and asked for Sanju. She stepped out of the house to look for the boy and found him surrounded by nearly half a dozen stray dogs, just 300 meters approximately away from their home. She started screaming asking for help. when some neighbours gathered, Sanju was seen lying motionless. Sanju was taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead on arrival by the doctors.

The Awadhpuri locals complained several times to the local municipal authorities to control the stray dogs which the number of attacks by stray was raising.

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