Sonipat. In Chitana village under Mohana police station area in Sonipat, the animals wandering around in distress have become a cause of trouble for the villagers. Animals in need often harm both villagers and their pets. When the running bull was caught on January 14, he had met the village boy Amandeep. The injured man was taken to hospital. Where he died during treatment.
There were preparations that had to be sent to the cowshed
On January 14, the villagers prepared to capture a helpless bull and send it to the cowshed. Meanwhile, Amandeep also went towards the village base. The bull had hit Amandeep while he was running away from there. This caused him to be thrown to the ground. He suffered a serious head injury. The villagers and family members had admitted him to a private hospital. Where he was undergoing treatment. Now he has died in the hospital. The family members then came to the village with the body. Amandeep’s body was cremated in a sad atmosphere in the village.
The wedding took place in December 2022
Amandeep, who was killed by a helpless bull, was the youngest of three brothers. His older brother also died in a traffic accident seven years ago. Once again a mountain of grief has fallen on the family. The family members were in bad shape. The villagers said that Amandeep was a very friendly young man. They married in December 2022.
Animals in need have become synonymous with terror
Advocate Shraddhanand Saulanki, a member of Amandeep’s family and district general secretary of All India Kisan Sabha, said the helpless bull had become synonymous with terror in the village. He hurt a lot of women. They also harass pets. Despite requests from the administration, no action was taken against them. He called for concrete measures to capture the helpless animals.