Kasarvadavli resident Thane West – Sonali Waghmare – who is also an animal activist, alleged that local police refused to register an FIR based on a complaint she filed against a resident of the same area for running over a dog with his car. . The dog suffered a broken hip bone and is currently being treated at Thane Animal Care Center. Waghmare identified the culprit as Jaffer Shaikh, a Haware City resident in Kasarvadavli.
Speaking at noon, she said: “At around 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Shaikh entered Haware City in his car and run over the dog. The guard tried to stop him and also said the dog was sleeping on the road. But instead of taking it to the hospital, he would have slapped the guard. “
“I first admitted the dog to Thane SPCA Hospital, then transferred him to Thane Pet Care Center. The dog has suffered a broken hip and will not be able to walk. On the same day of the incident, I went to Kasarvadavli police with 8-10 witnesses and filed a complaint about it, but the cops refused to register an FIR. The culprit should be punished. “
Requesting anonymity, a police officer said: “We cannot record an FIR directly on someone’s complaint. We need to check all the facts. We will check the CCTV footage and take action as necessary. The activist was at the scene. police station until 6:30 am Thursday. Our team is working on this, and if we find any evidence, action will be taken. “
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