UP Civil Judge’s Dog Stolen, Case Against 2 Dozen Persons

Lucknow: The pet dog of a civil judge was allegedly stolen from his house in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly. Following the complaint by the judge’s family, the police registered a case against more than two dozen individuals under the Animal Cruelty Act, reported India Today.

The judge is now posted in Hardoi, while his family stays at Suncity colony in Bareilly. The judge’s family alleged that their neighbour, Dumpy Ahmed, stole their pet. As per the FIR, the judge’s family and Ahmed’s family had got into a quarrel a few days ago.

On May 16, at around 9:45 pm, Dumpy Ahmed’s wife arrived at the judge’s residence with the allegation that their dog had allegedly attacked her along with her daughter. There was a long argument between the two families over the matter. Later on the dog was found missing.

The judge called the Bareilly Police from Lucknow and gave them the information and also filed a complaint. As per his complaint, the police have lodged a case against over two dozen persons.

The police are now trying to locate the judge’s dog.

The judge’s family refused to make any statement to media regarding the incident.

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