The young victim was rushed to a hospital for treatment, but he passed away from his wounds late that night, according to the Gautam Budh Nagar Police.
“A stray dog bit and injured a youngster who was brought to Reality Hospital Sector-110 where the child was receiving treatment yesterday when road construction work was on in the vicinity outside Police Station Sector-39. The claimed child died during treatment at night.
Pertaining to which the police station obtained the hospital’s memo, “police reported. The police added that the required steps are being taken.
The Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation has also made it illegal for citizens to own Pitbull, Rottweiler, or Dogo Argentino dogs as pets. Following many attacks in the region by pet dogs, an injunction was issued.
The Municipal Corporation released a number of additional rules for pet owners on Saturday. The regulations state that dog owners must get a licence, which will be given out starting on November 1, 2022.
The registration of their canines must now be obtained within two months.
People who own dangerous kinds of dogs have been given two months to vaccinate them; after that, if someone acquires a dog of that species who hasn’t been registered with the municipal corporation, legal action and penalties will be taken against them.
“The attacks of dogs were increasing continuously in Ghaziabad, so a resolution was passed in the House of the Municipal Corporation that now the keeping of dangerous dogs such as Pitbull and Rottweiler, these species will be banned. Right now time is being given for 2 months so that people can get their dogs registered on the municipal website. After 2 months, those who have kept dogs of this spec will be penalised if they have kept them.
Recently, a pitbull assaulted a 10-year-old boy in Raj Nagar’s Sector 23 neighbourhood. The boy required more than 150 stitches in his lips, and his family has requested that the municipal corporation outlaw pitbulls.