Terror of stray dogs in Moradabad, 85 people bitten in 2 days

Lucknow: In the Muradabad district of Uttar Pradesh, the Muhim is run by the administration to catch stray dogs and monkeys from time to time. But even after this, the number of patients bitten by dogs and monkeys is seen increasing day by day. In the last two days in the district, 85 people have been hunted by stray dogs. On Monday, 160, including 85 new patients, have been injected with anti-rabies at the district hospital.

Long queues of patients were seen outside the OPD. Apart from this, stray dogs and monkeys were also seen in the district hospital premises. Please tell that every year many people in the district fall prey to stray dogs, and the district administration also runs a mission to catch these dogs. Even after this, there is no shortage in the number of Avara dogs and they are making innocent children their victims in addition to the elders.

Dr. Nischal Bhatnagar, posted on duty in the hospital, told that within two days, 85 people have been bitten by stray dogs in the district. 160 people have been injected with anti-rabies on Monday. In which 85 new patients also include children. He said that these patients also include patients bitten by monkeys, rats, and cats.

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