Trainers Caught on CCTV Hanging and Strangling Dog to Death
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Disturbing Video Trainers Caught on CCTV Hanging and Strangling Dog to Death in Bhopal
The accused were arrested after security footage showed two employees hanging the dog at the entry gate. (Photo: screen grab from video on X)

Disturbing Video: Trainers Caught on CCTV Hanging and Strangling Dog to Death in Bhopal

Three individuals, including a woman, have been apprehended by the Madhya Pradesh police concerning the brutal killing of a dog at a training center in Bhopal. Their arrests came after security footage revealed two employees hanging the dog at the entrance of the training center using a chain around its neck. A third individual was also spotted in the video.

The suspects are Ravi Kushwaha, who operates the Alpha Dog Training Center in Bhopal’s Sahara Colony, along with two employees, Neha Tiwari and Tarun Das.

The incident’s CCTV footage has also circulated on social media, displaying the culprits tying a string around the dog’s neck and hanging it.

The police reported that the accused attempted to delete the CCTV footage capturing this horrifying incident.

The case was registered at the Misrod police station on October 12 after Nilesh Jaiswal, a resident of Kalapipal, suspected foul play in his dog’s death. He had sent his dog to the Alpha Dog Training Center in Sahara Colony, Bhopal, for four months of training.

Upon inquiring about his dog’s well-being after four months, the center informed Jaiswal that his dog had fallen ill and passed away.

Doubting the center’s explanation, Jaiswal filed a complaint with the police. An investigation was launched, and despite attempts to delete the CCTV footage, the police managed to recover footage from October 9, which clearly showed the dog’s brutal killing. The primary culprits, Neha Tiwari, Tarun Das, and Ravi Kushwaha, were all identified in the video.

The police have filed charges against them under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Animal Cruelty Act. The investigation is ongoing, and actions will be taken based on emerging evidence. The police have also informed the owners of the other dogs at the training center and involved a local NGO to assist in the recovery of the animals if their owners delay.

According to the authorities, further actions will be taken in response to additional complaints after a thorough investigation.

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