Bright Times News: In the case of the death of a woman in the attack of a pit bull species in Lucknow, the municipality took action. Pit Bull was confiscated by the Lucknow Municipal Corporation. At present, Pit Bull will be kept in the animal birth control Center of the municipality.
At the same time, the municipality has decided to cancel the pit bull license. According to an all-India media report, a team of the municipality reached the Qaisar Bagh police station area of Lucknow on Thursday morning. Then began the process of capturing the pit bull.
It is known that the owner of a pit bull is Amit Tripathi. The face of the pit bull was covered and handed over to the municipal vehicle that day. He was then brought to the municipal animal birth control Center. The killer pit bull is kept in a special cage. The municipality has constituted a four-member panel to investigate why the pit bull attacked the woman.
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It is learned that a 72-year-old woman named Sushila Tripathi took the pit bull with her in the morning on July 12. Sushila’s neighbors said that pit bull suddenly attacked her at this time. It is reported that the pit bull started scratching Sushila on the ground. Neighbors said they tried to chase the pit bull but to no avail.
After the incident, Sushila Tripathi’s neighbors demanded the arrest of the pit bull near the Lucknow municipality. The animal welfare department of the municipality said that the killer pit bull has been caught. Lucknow Animal Welfare Joint Director Arvind Kumar Rao said the cause of the attack will be investigated.
The municipality has also advised that pit bull dogs should not be kept. There are risks in keeping pets at home, as evidenced by the Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh incident. Currently, this pit bull case has started to be vigorously practiced in the whole country.
Meanwhile, in this case, some people have expressed fear that houses with dogs may also behave s way. An application has been made by the municipality for the people of the city not to keep hunting dogs. Also, it is advised to consult a veterinarian immediately if different symptoms are observed in any of the animals.
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