Doctor Drags Dog Chained to Car on Road

A nerve-racking video has gone viral on the internet that shows a dog chained to a car being cruelly dragged in Jodhpur.

Dogs are considered man's best friend and are loved by people. On Sunday 18th September Now, a nerve-racking video has gone viral on the internet that shows a dog chained to a car being cruelly dragged in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The video has left netizens infuriated. The clip shows the dog being tied in a very painful manner. The footage further shows that the driver doesn't seem to stop and continues to drag the dog around the city. The video was captured by a bypasser. The clip further sees a bike person coming near the car to inquire about the thing, just when the camera closes. According to reports, the dog suffered various fractures in its legs as well as numerous injuries and bruises on its neck. The person was identified as Dr. Rajneesh Galwa, who is an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at the SN Medical College. Reportedly, the stray dog often used to enter the premises of his house in a posh residential colony in Shastri Nagar. On Sunday, the dog trespassed again; Galwa became furious, chained it to his car, and drove away.


After receiving a complaint from Bharatiya Janata Party leader and animal rights advocate Maneka Gandhi, the police registered a case against the driver. A case was registered against him under Section 428 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for maiming the dog and Section 11 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960. In Kerala, Many dogs have become aggressive and are biting children and adults as they are infected with rabies and have not been vaccinated. 21 people died after they got infected with rabies through dog bites. People of Kerala, fed up with this, took matters into their own hands and have started killing the dogs. Some people are so afraid of the dogs they are carrying PVC plastic pipes, air guns, etc. to defend themselves. In Kerala’s Kottayam district, a street dog which was reportedly accused of attacking people – was beaten to death and then publicly strung up to a tree. That was not the only incident, as more than a dozen stray dogs were found dead allegedly due to poisoning. On Friday Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the menace of stray dogs cannot be solved by killing them and such acts are unacceptable. We hope the government takes strict action and does something to manage the dogs.