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In one week, stray dogs bitten four children in India.

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      Yet another child mauled to death by a pack of dogs in India

     In a chilling replay of dogs attacking children in Bareilly, which has become a serious menace in the district, a 10-year-old was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs here on Sunday, police said.
      The child, Mohd Kaif, was playing with his friend, 11-year-old Ayaan, in a park near his house in Gulistaan colony in Jalalabad kasba at 8am when the incident occurred. Residents said they heard the children shouting and rushed to their aid, but it was already too late. Kaif was killed on the spot while his Ayaan escaped with minor injuries.
      Zeeshan Ali, a resident of the colony, said the dogs were from a nearby plywood factory. The residents of the colony protested outside the factory and blocked traffic, before police reached the spot and brought the situation under control.
      Speaking on the issue, Satyaveer Singh, station officer, Najibabad Kotwali police station, said, "We have investigated the incident and found that the dogs were not from the plywood factory. The family has not filed a complaint and the body has been buried."
      Bareilly has seen a spate of dog attacks recently, with as many as five people being attacked in a span of 40 days earlier this year. On March 2, a pack of four dogs attacked a pregnant woman in Pareva village of Baheri on Sunday while she was working in the fields.

Stray dogs kill 2 children in Handwara

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      Stray dogs maul two minors to death in Kupwara

      A pack of stray dogs Monday evening mauled to death two minor children at Lachipora village in frontier Kupwara district. The incident prompted strong protests against district administration.
      The victims 11 years-old Irfan Ahmad, and 10-years-old Sobiya Farooq, were playing with snow near their houses when a pack of stray dogs swooped on them around 5.30 PM Monday evening.
      Ahmads head was brutally bitten by the dogs and he died on the spot. Sobiya who was also critically injured in the attack, succumbed to injuries at a nearby health center, said Mohammad Ashraf, a local resident.
      The attack was so ferocious and sudden that the victims could not even cry for help. Locals rushed to the spot but only to find the minor children lying in a poll of blood, he added.
      Soon after the incident, the local residents held a strong protest demonstration against the district authorities. They alleged that the administration has failed to check the ever-increasing population of stray dogs in the village.
      Dogs are posing serious dangers to our lives as the authorities have failed to check growing population of animals. Fearing attacks by dogs, people even stay away from evening prayers in local mosque, said Niyaz Ahmad, a local resident.

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      Stray dogs dragged away and killed a three-year-old boy in a village near Bhayli area, about 7km from the city on Sunday.

      The boy, Mayur Solanki, was sitting in a field while his mother Saroj, a farm labourer, was working in Raipur village. She saw the dogs taking away her child and called for help. But it was too late.
      "Usually, I used to leave my son on a tractor in the fields for having lunch. But on Sunday he insisted that he wanted to sit on the ground. So I left him near a tree with some food and went to collect drumsticks in the field. Within moments, I heard some noise and looked back only to see some dogs dragging away my son," she said.
      "I followed the dogs along with other labourers who rushed for help. The dogs let go my son after a distance and fled. He had suffered grave injuries on throat so we rushed him to Padra government hospital where doctors declared him dead," Saroj said. The family carried out Mayur's final rites on Sunday evening in the village.
      Bhayli deputy sarpanch Jaswantsingh Parmar on Monday said it was for the first time that stray dogs had attacked and killed a child in the vicinity. The district collector has ordered an inquiry.


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