Stray dogs poisoning case: Those involved in religious conversions are behind this brutality?
Animal lovers and activists were shocked to hear news about stray dogs being poisoned in Bengaluru. One of the activists now claims that CCTV footage has revealed some persons arriving in an SUV, throwing food packets at the canines. They could possibly be those involved in religious conversions.
A group of men dressed in cassock were allegedly on a mission to convert people. And now allegations point to their involvement in the poisoning of stray dogs in Bengaluru. On Sunday, a group of people were chased away by stray dogs during their religious outreach session and they were handed over to the police by the residents of the area.
Few hours later, a Bolero was seen passing through the street at MS Ramaiah City near JP Nagar and those in the vehicle were seen throwing food packets at the dogs.
An animal activist claims that those in the Bolero were the ones involved in the religious outreach programme. The police has obtained the footage and are investigating the case.