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    Stray dogs maul woman to death in Punjab’s Sultanpur Lodhi | Action Punjab


    PTC Web Desk: In Sultanpur Lodhi district of Punjab, at least 20 stray dogs fatally attacked a 32-year-old woman named Pari Devi in Passan Kadim village. The tragic incident occurred on Tuesday evening when the victim was in the fields grazing her cattle. Concern arose when she didn’t return home, prompting her husband to search for her. However, her body was found in a severely mutilated condition.

    Another woman from the same village also fell victim to the stray dogs’ attack and has been admitted to the Civil Hospital for treatment. In response to the tragedy, Deputy Commissioner Amit Kumar Panchal said they were looking into the case and would decide on future course of action, incliding financial assistance, after the report. Additionally, the authorites have directed officials concerned to look into measures to remove stray dogs from the village. 

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    In a landmark decision, the Punjab and Haryana High Court had issued a directive specifying that the state government would bear the primary responsibility for compensating victims of dog bites. The court outlined that a minimum financial assistance of Rs 10,000 per tooth mark would be provided.

    The ruling further stated that in cases where the flesh is removed from the skin, the compensation should be a minimum of Rs 20,000 per 0.2 cm wound. This decision was made during the hearing of a group of petitions related to incidents of dog bites.

    As part of the resolution of 193 petitions, the HC had instructed the governments of Punjab and Haryana, along with the Union Territory of Chandigarh, to establish committees headed by the deputy commissioners of the respective districts. These committees would be tasked with determining the compensation for victims of dog bite incidents.


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