Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Retired army officer booked for negligence after his pet dog bites woman


Noida: A retired major of the army has been booked on charges of negligence related to animals after his pet dog bit a woman resident living in the same building here, police said on Wednesday.

The incident took place in Brahmaputra Apartments in Sector 29 on Sunday, they said, adding an FIR has been lodged on complaint by a retired army colonel, who is the victim’s father-in-law.

In his complaint, Colonel S K Sharma (retired) said, “On May 14, my family members who returned from the market around 12.50 pm were on the staircase of the building when all of a sudden the pet dog of Sanjeev Chaudhary came running and bit my daughter-in-law on her right calf.”

“A deep lacerated bleeding wound occurred and she was taken to the hospital for first aid,” Sharma said, adding that the entire incident was captured on a CCTV camera.



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