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Twitter Outraged Over ‘Assault’ On Delhi Animal Rights Activist For Sterilising Stray Dogs

In a slightly disturbing growth, an animal rights activist and her crew had been allegedly assaulted by a gaggle of locals in Delhi’s Rani Bagh space, for making an attempt to sterilise the native stray canine.

33-year-old Ayesha Christina Benn, who’s the founding father of NGO ‘Neighbourhood Woof’, posted a video on the web narrating the incident of the assault, which went viral on social media.

“There were some unfriendly dogs and we were about to catch the last one when a father-son duo came and started questioning one of my team members very rudely. He just told them that they can speak to me instead,” she mentioned.

The duo then allegedly began yelling on the crew and even abused them, questioning their work and saying, “we can even steal their children like this”.

The problem then escalated when the locals allegedly blocked her automotive and vandalised the home windows and windshields to tug the crew out of the car. “We ran for our lives, else they would have either killed us or at least thrashed us brutally,” Christina mentioned.

A bleeding Christina, who appeared to have suffered a number of cuts on her face, did a Facebook Live from the Azadpur Police Station, the place she claimed that her criticism was not being registered by the senior police officers. However, on Saturday, she lodged her criticism on the Rani Bagh police station.

People on Twitter reacted to her viral video in droves and are actually demanding the accused be recognized and dropped at justice.

When will the mob tradition in our nation lastly come to an finish?

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