Noida Police Files FIR After Dog Mutilated, Thrown Off 15th Floor

Dog Mutilated

The Noida Police said that it has registered an FIR (First Information Report) against unidentified individuals following an appalling incident where a dog was mutilated and thrown off the 15th floor of a residential building.

The incident occurred at Ajnara Homes in Sector 16B, within the Bisrakh Police Station jurisdiction of Noida Extension on Thursday, as per police reports.

Complaint Reported

The FIR was filed based on a complaint lodged by Keerti Verma, a resident of the society. “According to the complaint, the mutilated body of a female dog was discovered near a residential tower on Thursday morning. The dog was thrown from the 15th floor of the tower,” stated an officer.

Feeding of Stray Dogs

The complainant suspects that certain residents opposed to feeding stray dogs in the society might be responsible for the heinous act. “An FIR has been registered under Indian Penal Code sections 429 (mischief by killing or maiming cattle, dog etc) and 289 (negligent conduct with respect to animal),” stated local police authorities.

The investigation is underway, with CCTV footage being scrutinized to apprehend the culprits, according to police sources.

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