Up to 30 dogs and puppies have been poisoned to death in the last two months between Revdanda and Kashid villages. Five local puppies were found dead in a bush while a younger sibling was still alive nearby. The cause of death is unknown, but locals will be asked.
At tourist hotspots Revdanda in Alibag and Nandgaon to Kashid villages with beach fronts under Murud taluka, Raigad district, up to 30 dogs and puppies have been poisoned to death.On Saturday, an FIR was filed with the Murud police station, which involved the death of five local puppies at one of the stations.It is believed that a powerful pesticide was used to kill them.The sample was sent to a forensic laboratory in Kalina, Mumbai.On Saturday, however, none of the six puppies and their mother arrived at a sea facing dargah.The pups were discovered to have died in a bush while a younger sibling was still alive nearby.Their mother is missing.According to Swapnil Sangle, a resident of Sarve, Kashid, I lodged a police complaint with Murud police. According to Shashikanth Purohit, an Ahimsa Fellow who is also a volunteer for PETA, the situation has now been investigated seriously by posing a police complaint.During the post-mortem, all five dead puppies have black (burn) marks on their lungs.Samples of kidney, lung, intestinal cord, heart, and pancreas were collected for examination at a forensic lab in Mumbai, according to livestock supervisor Dr Vinayak Pawar.The shining marks suggest a brutal killing with a phorate compound. In the absence of a government program for animal birth control (ABC) strategy, a local animal activist not only feeds stray dogs, but also sterilized over 300 dogs, according to Santosh Rane, a member of the Kashid grampanchayat.An IPC section 428 has been filed against an unknown individual for murdering animals by mischief.The cause of death is unknown, but locals will be asked, according to Murud police inspector Nitin Gaware.