Handwara, Jun 23: At least 15 persons including a teacher and two children were injured in stray dogs attack in north Kashmir’s Handwara on Thursday.
Reports said that stray dogs created panic in Gundchobutara Kralgund village of Handwara. They said that dogs attacked at least 15 persons who were shifted to District Hospital Handwara.
Sarpanch Naseer Ahmed Khan confirmed that 15 persons including a teacher and two little children were taken to the hospital with dog bites. He said they are being treated.
Meanwhile, locals alleged that there are no anti-rabies vaccines in the hospital. (KNT)
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