|Report: India Today|
However, the culprits have come out on bail. In the most recent update Animal rights activist expressed disappointment over the reach of animal welfare law. But ‘the fight to get the police to file the chargesheet is still on,’ says Shravan.
Before, the arrest the police got in touch with their parents to track them down. The Chairman of the college also gave an ultimatum that if they fail to surrender, they will not be allowed to appear for exams.
The dog, now named Bhadra (the Warrior), which was thrown off a Chennai rooftop was found alive by Shravan and was immediately rushed for medical treatment. In a post he said that Bhadra, sustained fractures in two places, her right hind leg and her spine. The pup which is not more than 5-months -old is still in a state of shock and will take about 4-6 weeks to recover. It is undergoing treatment at the Madras Veterinary College.
She is undergoing treatment at the Madras Veterinary College.
Chennai: Veterinary doctor conducts medical check-up on the dog that was thrown off a terrace, says it is in shock.https://t.co/e72dqCrbDr
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