Out to catch canines, animal rights activist and her staff ‘assaulted’ in Rani Bagh

New Delhi, July 5

The volunteers of an NGO, ‘Neighbourhood Woof’, have been thrashed by locals in Rani Bagh of outer Delhi.

The NGO staff, together with a girl, have been out within the space to catch canines when the locals confronted them. In view of late night time hours, native residents enquired about their identities on which heated argument began and a scuffle broke out between them. Later, the Delhi police registered a case towards the residents on the grievance of the NGO employee.

On the night time of July Three at round 10.30 pm, Three PCR calls have been acquired in Rani Bagh police station concerning a quarrel between two events, i.e., one belonging to an NGO named “Neighbourhood Woof” and the native residents of Rishi Nagar, Rani Bagh.

Immediately, the police reached the spot and it revealed that some individuals from an NGO named “Neighbourhood Woof” had come to catch stray canines in Rishi Nagar, stated a senior police officer.

However, the locals grew suspicious and raised questions on the operation of the NGO workers which additionally had a girl with them. An argument began between the NGO staff and the native residents which quickly turned ugly. The NGO staff alleged that they have been brutally assaulted by the locals.

The police stated that when the individuals from the NGO tried to flee from the spot of their automotive, Three native residents have been hit by their automotive, inflicting some minor accidents. 

“On the complaint of the NGO worker Ayesha Christina, a case u/s 323/341/506/427/34 IPC has been registered against residents. Further investigation is under progress,” the police stated. IANS

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