Rawalpindi man chops off female donkey's ears in another incident of animal cruelty

Rawalpindi police register case against suspect on donkey owner's complaint

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Owner of the donkey speaks after incident of animal cruelty, in this still taken from a video. 

Days after the horrific case of a landlord amputating a camel, a man in Rawalpindi chopped off the ears of a female donkey in another incident of animal cruelty in Rawalpindi.

Police said that the culprit, who is an influencial personality, resorted to physical violence against the pregnant donkey for entering his farms in the Rawat area. 

They said that a case was registered against the suspect on the complaint of donkey's owner, Tanveer Hussain. 

As per the First Information Report (FIR), the complainant said that he had let his donkey lose to drink water after the wheat harvestation at the farms but she entered the agricultural land of suspect, Arshad Mehmood. 

At this, the nominated suspect allegedly sliced both ears of the donkey. 

The FIR further stated that Mehmood was an "influencial" personality in his area and people feared naming him. 

In a video statement, Hussain said that he would raise his voice on every forum to get justice for his donkey. 

It may be noted that a female camel's leg was cut by a landlord in Sindh's Sanghar area for similar reasons a few days ago.

The Sindh police apprehended five people for allegedly cutting the poor animal's leg, while the camel was shifted to Karachi for treatment.