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Man Demands Justice for his Pet Dog

By: Kamran Khamiso Khowaja
SUJAWAL: Mohammad Usman Merakhor brought the carcass of his dog to the police station Belo to acquire a death certificate later he shifted it to Veterinary Hospital Sujawal for post mortem. The owner of the dog who seemed overcome with grief claimed that his dog had been poisoned to death over an enmity. “My dog was neither rabid nor harmful despite that it had been killed for no reason,” said Usman with tears welling up from his eyes.
The Veterinarian Aziz Palijo who performed an autopsy of the dead dog said that he had dispatched samples from the body of the dog to the laboratory for chemical examination to ascertain what kind of venomous substance was used to kill the dog. He also added that the love of an owner for his dog was peerless.
Media men from different parts of the Sujawal reached the veterinary hospital to witness this unique bond of a man and an animal that is now very rare in our society. The bereaved owner told the media that he had brought up his dog with unfeigned endearment which was why he had a strong bond with it.
“He used to protect my dairy form and my fish farms; his vigilance foiled many theft attempts.” He said.
“No man was as loyal to me as my dog,” he said, adding that he had another dog that too was killed by villagers. He said that he would get an FIR lodged against those involved in the killing of his dog.

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