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Woman assaulted for treating pups in temple


AHMEDABAD: A 50-year-old girl on Tuesday filed a complaint with Vastrapur police, mentioning that she used to be assaulted by means of two girls and 5 males for treating some injured puppies in a temple compound at Mansi Crossroads on Friday.
Anuradha Singhvi, a resident of Management Enclave in Vastrapur, runs an NGO that works with animals. She said that she had remaining week long gone to the temple after finding out that some puppies there have been injured and needed medial aid.

As she realized that the puppies have been injured by means of a safety guard, she requested him about it.


He instructed her he had overwhelmed the puppies because they 'pollute' the temple compound.


On Friday, when Singhvi and her daughter went to the temple to look the puppies, two males with sticks ran in opposition to her daughter. Singhvi and individuals from the temple had a heated argument and the two girls, the sister and mother of the temple priest, started arguing together with her, the FIR states.


"The two women and an unknown man started assaulting her. As Singhvi's daughter started filming the incident on her mobile phone, these persons tried to snatch the mobile phone. Her daughter managed to escape. Meanwhile, the other persons held Singhvi and started thrashing her," the FIR states.




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