Two-wheeler riders and morning walkers say they are vulnerable and urge animal birth control
Adilabad town and the surrounding villages in the district are reeling under stray dog and pig menace.
Repeated complaints to the municipal authorities are not yielding desired response to the ‘life-threatening’ problem. With ferocious dogs moving freely in the area, parents are not allowing their children to play outside the house, especially after sunset. “Though the streets of our colony are not littered with garbage and the majority of residents are vegetarians, we are surprised to see how the population of stray dogs has shot up in the locality,” said Hastesh Kurliwar, a resident of Brahmanwada. He said that for the past three-four months the stray dog menace has been severe in their colony and other neighbourhoods.
“Municipal authorities must take immediate measures to…