Delhi Man Beats Neighbour, Their Dog With Iron Rod Over 'Barking' Noise ; On Camera
An unexpected event occurred in the nation's capital on Monday when a man went on the rampage and began striking people with an iron rod when his neighbor's pet dog growled at him.
The incident happened on Sunday morning, according to the police, and it took place near Paschim Vihar. A PCR call about the dispute was made to Paschim Vihar East police station on Sunday morning, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) Sameer Sharma.
"During the investigation, it was discovered that Dharamvir Dahiya was seen walking down the street early in the day. Then one pet dog belonging to a Paschim Vihar, A-block resident began to bark. When that happened, Dahiya scooped the dog up by the tail and hurled it away, according to the DCP.
Rakshit (25), the dog's owner, stepped in as soon as he noticed this, which caused a brief altercation between Dahiya and him. The dog bit Dahiya as well during this altercation.
The DCP reported that Dharamvir Dahiya returned to the scene after some time had passed and mercilessly struck the dog on the head with an iron pipe. According to the CCTV footage of the event, a 53-year-old neighbour called Hemant attempted to save the dog, but Dahiya also struck him with the iron rod.
The man is seen using a rod to strike the dog in the CCTV footage.
The dog in the footage was visible lying still after taking a significant strike to the head. The dog awoke in a minute, but was soon seen running erratically and groaning in pain from the concussion. The accuser continued after this.
Later, Dharamvir broke into pet owner Rakshit's home to retrieve the pipe used in the attack, and while doing so, he struck Renu alias Yashoda, 45, according to DCP Sharma.
A complaint has been opened at Paschim Vihar East Police Station under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act and numerous IPC sections based on the dog's owner Rakshit's statement. According to the Delhi Police, an investigation into the crime is ongoing, and the facts are being confirmed.
As a result, the police filed a complaint under section 11 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act and sections 308 (attempt at culpable homicide), 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing harm), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), and 451 (house trespass in order to commit an offence punishable with imprisonment) of the Indian Penal Code.
The official reported that all of the injured had undergone medical evaluations, and an investigation into the incident had begun.
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