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Maneka Gandhi advocates for Pitbul Dog: Owner Amit Tripathi pleaded with Maneka, Municipal Corporation refused to give a dog to the owner

Maneka Gandhi advocates for Pitbul Dog: Owner Amit Tripathi pleaded with Maneka, Municipal Corporation refused to give a dog to the owner

BJP MP Maneka Gandhi has also started advocating in the case of Pitbul Dogi, who cuts and killing her owner. Pitbul owner Amit Tripathi had requested Maneka Gandhi for help. Actually, Amit Tripathi wanted to take his stomach brownie (Pitbul Dog) again. However, the Municipal Corporation has currently refused to give them dogs. Now the former Union Minister has called the Municipal Corporation officials for this. Maneka Gandhi has spoken to Dr. AK Rao, Joint Director of the Municipal Corporation. Amit Tripathi wants Pitbul to be given to him and he will leave him in the village of his relative. The Municipal Corporation has assured the former minister to take action as per rules. Eight people approached to adopt, till now eight people have approached Pitbul to adopt Pitbul. Apart from this, an organization in Bengaluru has expressed his desire to adopt him. At present, the team of four doctors of the Municipal Corporation is keeping a monitoring of him. Doctors say that he is currently behaving calmly. He is kept at the Municipal Corporation's Dog Sterilization Center Jarhra. Now he is also being taken out of the pijre and chicken is being given in the food. The attack on the owner of 80 years. On July 12, Sushila Tripathi, who lives in Bengali Tola, Kaiserbagh, went to give food to his pet pitbull, then he attacked him done. He was bitten at 13 places in it. Sushila Nari was retired from Shiksha Niketan. After the bite, Sushila's son Amit ran away and reached the room. He saw that the mother was severely wounded by the dog. The face is also attacked with the stomach. In a hurry, the injured Sushila rushed to Balrampur Hospital. From there he was referred to the Trauma Center. He died here. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 7:31 am
Amitesh Kumar
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