The dog who was thrown off Terrace in Chennai has been found alive in Chennai. The animal rights activists involved in the pushing for social media attention and police action on the issue posted a picture late on Tuesday night, saying the dog has been found alive but unable to walk and is receiving proper medical treatment.
The dog that was thrown off a Chennai building has been found alive.
The animal rights activist involved in the investigation, Shravan Krishnan, stated the dog which was thrown off a Chennai rooftop has been found alive and receiving proper medical treatment. Sharing the picture on Facebook, Shravan Krishnan wrote, “Good news – The dog has been found alive. She is not able to walk properly. She is with us now. Will be under treatment. What breaks my heart is that she was still wagging her tail.”
The man in the clip, identified as Gautam Sudarshan, a medical student at Kundrathur in Kancheepuram district, nonchalantly looks into the camera before the video switches to a slow-motion shot of the helpless animal being flung off the roof and falling to the ground with a thud.
Chennai Police said the duo were hiding in their hometowns, reported NDTV. “We have filed a case under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act . Their parents are bringing them to Chennai from Tirunelvelli and Kanyakumari. We expect them to appear before us by noon. We will arrest them,” said an officer.
A Twitter user posted a video of the dog which survived the terrifying fall. He also says that they have named the dog ‘Bhadra’.