VIDEO, Delhi: Pregnant bitch beaten to death by 20 students in Zakir Nagar
VIDEO, Delhi: Pregnant bitch beaten to death by 20 students in Zakir Nagar

New Delhi: A pregnant bitch was beaten to death by nearly two dozen students and staff of Don Bosco Technical Institute in Zakir Nagar, Okhla, police said on Sunday. Delhi's Okhla area is considered to be Muslim-dominated. Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) Amanatullah Khan is the MLA from here. The video of this gruesome incident is becoming increasingly viral on social media.  In this, suspected students are seen killing the voiceless animal with a baseball bat in their hands. The accused students beat her till she died. The cruelty of students and staff did not stop here.  

The accused also dragged the voiceless animal for a long distance. The video related to the incident was also shared by BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Sing Bagga on his Twitter handle. This video of a brutally pregnant bitch being beaten to death will shock anyone. In this, you can see that the silent animal is hiding in the tin house when the student with a baseball bat approached it. After this, many more students also arrived with baseball bats and are waiting to attack. As soon as the pregnant bitch came out, they attacked her, and soon she died.

A complaint has been lodged against the suspected students at the New Friends Colony Police Station after the video went viral on social media. The police officer related to the matter has informed that two brothers of the institute were also present there allegedly on the instructions of the senior staff. The 15-minute-long video, showing gruesome scenes of animal torture and killing, went viral on Saturday. Activists and dog lovers have demanded strict action against the accused. Police have started an investigation under the Cruelty Act.

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