Delhi salon owner releases dog on former woman employee for asking salary dues
A shocking incident of silencing an employee with cruel method by letting a pet dog pounce on her has been reported from Delhi after a beauty parlour worker approached her employer. A case has been registered
New Delhi: A beauty parlour employee was humiliated by her owner in the most inhuman way for asking her salary dues. The owner allegedly released her pet dog to pounce and attack her, due to which the victim ended up with 15 stitches on the face.
Following a complaint from the victim, a case has been registered and the owner of the beauty parlour was arrested.
The victim is identified as Sapna, 39, and as per her complaint, she had worked at Malviya Nagar beauty parlour in south Delhi and quit the job on March 22.
The victim could not collect her salary dues due to the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. And in June when she went to owner Rajni's house, the lady asked her dog to charge at her due to which she ended up with injuries on the face and neck and required 15 stitches.
Atul Kumar Thakur, DCP (South) was quoted saying, "On Thursday (July 2), the woman lodged a complaint where she stated that one Rajni provoked her dog to bite her when she went to ask for her dues. A case under IPC sections 289 (negligent conduct with respect to animal) and 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide) has been registered and the accused has been arrested.”
As per the complainant, Rajni called Sapna to her house in Khirki Extension. The victim went to Rajni’s house thinking she will get her dues, however, she was asked by the woman to do some work for money. When the victim refused to do so, the woman threatened her and provoked her dog to attack her.
Sapna was rushed to a private hospital for treatment and later approached police and filed a complaint.