A shocking incident has come to light in West Delhi. In the Vikaspuri area of Delhi, a car driver reportedly ran over a dog on the road with an SUV. BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga shared this incident video on social media. The police have registered a case under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act at Vikaspuri Police Station while taking action in the matter.
How could anyone intentionally hurt a helpless creature in such a heartless and cruel way, amidst the chaotic flow of traffic, a heart-wrenching sight as a helpless dog is seen in the video. The dog is also shown moaning in pain, unable to lift itself. And no one even helps the dog. At the Vikaspuri Police Station, a report has been filed under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, ushering in a formal investigation, as shared by Virender Vichitra, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (West).
For further investigation, the police have registered a case at the Vikaspuri Police Station. This incident is a violation of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, which involves strict action against cruelty towards animals. Hence, the provisions of the said Act will be applied.
The culprits will be given a strict punishment as the Delhi Police have taken the necessary steps to investigate the incident. Truly considering it, we must abide by the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act as it is our social responsibility.
The culprits of this act of cruelty have faced a significant backlash on social media, igniting a widespread outcry.
Negative reactions to the incident have fueled widespread outrage and calls for justice on social media.
Outraged by the captured footage, people are demanding justice for the innocent animal, refusing to let the inhumane act go unanswered. With their hearts breaking, they are calling for swift action in response to this incident that must not be forgotten. It is the responsibility of the car driver to ensure that there is no animal around the vehicle while starting the vehicle, it is always seen that many dogs and other animals sit under or behind the vehicles.