Digital Desk, Srinagar. On the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday, 18 sheep were killed and over a dozen injured in an attack by two stray dogs in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.
Locals of Watlar village in Ganderbal district said stray dogs entered Abdul Gani Bhat’s gaushala at night and killed 14 sheep. More than a dozen people were injured in the attack that night. When the dogs attacked, about 30 sheep were in the shed.
Locals said, the dogs attacked another cowshed of Ghulam Qadir in this village and killed 4 sheep, while 3 lambs were injured. The locals alleged that the city committee Ganderbal controlled the population of stray dogs. Nothing has been done to stop it, which has grown exponentially over the years.
Locals said, women and children are now afraid to even step out of their homes. In the first week of this month in Gund area of the same district, stray dogs attacked a flock of sheep during the day and killed 10 sheep.
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