John Abraham Is Heartbroken To See A Man Killing A Street Dog By Firing His Rifle, Exclaims ‘No Excuse For Animal Cruelty’

John Abraham urges for strict action to be taken against the man who shot a street dog with his rifle while he was sleeping

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John Abraham Is Heartbroken To See A Man Killing A Street Dog By Firing His Rifle, Exclaims ‘No Excuse For Animal Cruelty’
Actor John Abraham who is an animal lover was shaken to core when a video of a man shooting a stray dog with his rifle surfaced on the internet. This disheartening act of cruelty took place in Punjab’s Patiala district, and the Parmanu actor was seen expressing his anger over it. In his Tweet he urged the animal lovers and people in authority to take care of the stray to take strict action against the one for conducting such a brutal act.

In his Tweet he also thanked a specific person for raising an alarm and getting it to the notice of Punjab Police and SSP of Patiala Police. His Tweet read, “Heartbroken to report that last night a brutal act of animal violence was committed in Patiala, Punjab. I am extremely thankful to @asharmeet02 for raising an alarm about the cruel act & to the @PunjabPoliceInd @vikramduggalips for their stern action on the matter.” This incident took place on Tuesday.

In his following Tweet he mentioned, “There is no excuse for animal cruelty or violence of any form. Speak up for those who can’t and set an example by condemning such horrific acts. #AnimalCruelty” Check out the actor’s tweets below- 


The man in the video is identified as Taranjot Singh who fired the street dog while he was sleeping, as per reports in PTI a case has been registered against the man under the IPC section Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, under IPC Section 429 (mischief by killing the animal), Sections 11(1) and 11(A) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, and Sections 5 and 27 of the Arms Act. As per reports the dog's carcass is also sent for postmortem. ALSO READ: John Abraham Hands Over His Social Media Accounts To NGOs In An Attempt To Help Connect People With Resources Amid COVID-19 Crisis


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