City anchor: ‘Rescue’ of 8 dogs from South Delhi house goes to court
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The owner, Dr Rajesh Singh, rejected charges of ill-treating the dogs. "I am a practising child specialist and I know my law well. The PFA has got into this habit of blackmailing dog lovers. I refuse to plead guilty because I am not in the wrong here," he said.
According to Dr Singh, he has proof to back his case that he never ill-treated his pets. "It is, in fact, the PFA team and whoever they came with who made unauthorised entry into my house, and even my bedroom, in my absence. I have CCTV footage to show how they ill-treated my dogs and dragged them away," he said.
"These dogs have been my pets for the last seven years, and I am aware of the law pertaining to caging of animals. The cages are big enough to allow free movement of dogs. I want the police to investigate this case properly and book the ones guilty. I will produce all proof in court," Dr Singh said.
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