In a horrific video, dog training centre employees in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal were caught on camera while they were killing a dog brutally. The training centre, Alpha Dog Training and Boarding Centre owner and his two employees were arrested for murdering a dog by hanging him at the gate of the training centre.
The persons arrested are Ravi Kushwaha, Neha Tiwari, and Tarun Das. The dog owner, Nikhil Jaiswal had left his Pakistani bully breed dog at Alpha Dog Training and Boarding Centre for four months of training. Nikhil was paying them Rs 13,000 every month.
On September 14th, Nikhil got in touch with the director of the center, Ravi Kushwaha, in an attempt to retrieve his dog. However, Ravi Kushwaha, the trainer, declined the request, asserting that the dog’s training was not yet complete. He promised not to charge any additional fees for the extended training and offered to continue without cost.
Nikhil received a call on October 9th from Ravi, who suddenly informed him that his dog was unresponsive and that they were administering CPR at the center in an attempt to revive it. Despite Nikhil’s pleas, the individuals present at the center chose not to transport the dog to a hospital. When Nikhil arrived at the center from Shajapur later that evening, he was sadly informed that his dog had passed away.
As he contacted the training centre to take his dog home, he was informed that the dog had died. He sensed something suspicious and asked for the CCTV footage. In the CCTV footage, the three accused could be seen hanging the dog to the gate. The innocent animal struggled for over 10 minutes and then suffocated to death.
Shockingly, there were many onlookers who watched the act but didn’t stop or react to this crime.
The police after recovering the footage registered a case against the three under Section 201 (Causing disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offender), Section 429 (Mischief by killing or maiming cattle, etc., of any value or any animal of the value of fifty rupees) and Section 120B of Indian Penal Code ( Punishment of criminal conspiracy) and Section 11 of the Animal Cruelty Act.
As the offences were bailable, the police released them after giving notice.