After Being Arrested, The Men Who Threw A Dog Off The Roof Are Already Out On Bail!








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Hours after the police asked the Chennai medical students, who flung a dog off a roof, to surrender themselves the criminals were arrested. However, soon after, news broke that they have already obtained bail.

The men were contacted via their parents in their home towns of Tirunelvelli and Kanyakumari, after they were identified through Facebook.


A Facebook user had uploaded a disturbing video of a dog being thrown off a roof, and it had generated outrage among animal rights NGOs and the common public. Humane Society International had even announced a Rs 1 lakh bounty for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the culprit.

The man was recognized as Gautam S, a final year MBBS student from the Madha Medical College. The video is reportedly 2 weeks old, and Gautam allegedly threatened fellow students not to reveal his identity.
“The video was posted on Facebook by Chennai-based Sreelesh B, who wanted to know if anyone could identify the culprit and what punishment can be given to the perpetrator,” said N G Jayasimha, managing director of Humane Society International (HSI), India. “When we contacted him, Sreelesh said he had got the video clip on WhatsApp; we don’t yet know who the person is or where the crime was committed.” HSI has announced a reward of 1 lakh for information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator.
This is a copy of the FIR lodged against him.
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The pup was found alive, and is being treated. One of the animal rights activists involved with driving the social media attention and police action on the issue, posted a picture late on Tuesday night, saying the pup was unable to walk properly and that she was receiving medical attention.
Animal welfare activists are also calling for more stringent laws.
“At present, under the PCA Act, 1960, the maximum penalty is just 50,” says Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) vice-chairman Chinny Krishna, adding that the board has for years been requesting ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) to pass the Animal Welfare Bill, which provides for stronger penalties.
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Shravan is the founder of Hotel For Dogs, a luxury pet stay facility that he set up when he realized just how bad living conditions were in kennels where people temporarily left their dogs.
An experienced animal rights and conservation activist, Shravan’s Facebook activism led to the identification of the culprits – MBBS students Gautam Sudarshan and Ashish Pal (the videographer).

Update: According to a post by Shravan, the men who attacked the dog are already out on bail, hours after they were arrested



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