31 Dogs Attacked With Acid, At Mohali Shelter


31 dogs professedly assaulted with acid and blades after the owner of an animal shelter in a town in Mohali, declined to abandon a leased property.

A couple of months back, Resham Dhaliwal had leased two spaces for – Protection and Care for Animals (PACFA), an animal shelter that she keeps running in Nandiali town.

The contention started when Balwinder Singh, the proprietor of the property, needed her to empty the rooms yet she declined to do as such. prompting a warmed contention between them on Monday.

The contention finished in something unforeseen. Upwards of 31 of her dogs had been assaulted with acid, blades and sticks.

“I found the charred body of a dog with acid burns,” she said.

Animal rights body PETA stated, one dog was slaughtered in the assault, 11 were genuinely harmed and 19 had disappeared.

As indicated by Station house officer of Sohana, Rajan Parwinder Singh, Balwinder Singh has been captured, while the other two are absent.

The captured individuals have notwithstanding, denied the claims.

PETA has likewise kept in touch with the Director General of Police, requesting quick activity against the aggressors.

Station house officer of Sohana, Rajan Parwinder Singh said that a case has been enrolled against three individuals Balwinder Singh, his child Jimmy and his worker Dharminder. The three were captured on charges of robbery, wrongful restraint, deliberately bringing about hurt, criminal terrorizing and under important arrangements of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Act.

The police are investigating the matter.