From the Frontier Post in Pakistan:
Feudal lord let loose dogs at fisherman
JALALPUR: Brutality reached its peak in Jalalpur when a fisherman Abdul Ghaffar was injured seriously by pet dogs in Khan Bela village (Jalalpur Pirwala) when a feudal lord Ghulam Qadar let loose his hunting dogs at the fisherman to punish him because he had refused to give fish free of cost to the feudal.
SP Sadar Karamat Ali Malik told media: “We have recorded the statement of the victim Abdul Ghaffar and we will institute a case against the landlord on the charges of murderous attempt.” He said earlier a girl was also injured by these dogs when she reprimanded a Zamindar on molesting her. Dr. Fakhar Ahmed said: “We are trying to save fisherman’s face through plastic surgery. However, one of his eyes has been lost.”
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