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Uttarakhand HC to State Government: Remove Stray Dogs from Roads in 6 Months, Consider Culling - (15 Jun 2018)

Taking strict note of the stray dog menace in the State, the Uttarakhand High Court directed the State Government to remove all stray dogs from the streets within six months while also asking it to consider bringing a law for culling of the dangerous ones.

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