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The Killer Stray Dogs of Punjab

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You go to Punjab after a few months or years and you just can't believe how much things have changed in such a short space of time. One of the things that struck me on this last trip was just how rural Punjab is absolutely saturated with crazy mad stray dogs these days. I mean don't get me wrong....there were always stray dogs but now the situation is just totally out of control.....it's like there's been a 1000000% increase in the number of mad stray dogs. Let me tell you a story that might help describe the situation. Someone there told me that the days when a bajurg would get drunk and walk home through the village on his own in the dark are over. That was sooo 1980s and 1990s he'd say. These days, nobody does it, not because he doesn't drink but because a lone person walking through the fields at night will either get eaten alive by a pack of mad dogs or at least severely bitten. I even heard a story about a little toddler in my pend being eaten alive by some stray dogs after being dragged from his cot. I say if we don't want to use them as an economic benefit by selling them to the Koreans we should at least round em' all up and kill them. What say thee ?

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23 hours ago, Guest Jigsaw_Puzzled_Singh said:

You go to Punjab after a few months or years and you just can't believe how much things have changed in such a short space of time. One of the things that struck me on this last trip was just how rural Punjab is absolutely saturated with crazy mad stray dogs these days. I mean don't get me wrong....there were always stray dogs but now the situation is just totally out of control.....it's like there's been a 1000000% increase in the number of mad stray dogs. Let me tell you a story that might help describe the situation. Someone there told me that the days when a bajurg would get drunk and walk home through the village on his own in the dark are over. That was sooo 1980s and 1990s he'd say. These days, nobody does it, not because he doesn't drink but because a lone person walking through the fields at night will either get eaten alive by a pack of mad dogs or at least severely bitten. I even heard a story about a little toddler in my pend being eaten alive by some stray dogs after being dragged from his cot. I say if we don't want to use them as an economic benefit by selling them to the Koreans we should at least round em' all up and kill them. What say thee ?

yh this is actually very prevalent even in delhi also(i know this as i live in delhi) these strays are absolutely mad and rabid and they can kill infact weve had a few cases were just like u said toddlers or the elderly were killed by stray dogs even middle aged people for that matter.I hv also had a chance to hv had darshan of some of these sh*tty a*s dogs,i mean like encounters and let me tell u it isnt funny it is pretty scary on how these rabid ku*te have the audacity to attack us innocent folk (i dont even drink .lol. ;) ). But yeah something must be done to control these thirsty a*s b*tches (pun totally intended).Maybe shiping them to Korea is not such a bad idea after all (just like pakistan import thheir donkeys),it will truly improve our economy. That say Mee

Akaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallllluuuuhhh

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Whoa! i just realised how many puns i have used in my above post.Also spot the "Brooklyn Nine -Nine " reference 

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Also , i almost forgot ,my mum had a shoulder dislocated bcos of these crazy rabid dogs.This happened when she was walking our dog and the strays kinda ganged up and tried to attack them.Man i know how much pain she has been through and plus it was kadake di sardiyaan in delhi so u know what i am taking about.Man damn these stay dogs.

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i said the same thing they need to round these dogs up and kill them!  they are disgusting and rabbid and iv seen to many shagging in the middle of the streets!       near my dads pind theres a place where they take dead cows/buffalo and skin them and the dogs around there are like fcking hyenas,  that area has now become a no go zone.    people are really scared to these dogs.     

At night they run around in packs that are 30/40 strong and howl all night. 

i went for a walk with my cousin sister at night with a pet dog   and around 10 dogs started running towards us and barking   luckily the pet dog was bigger and intimidated them,  while this was going on we walked of really fast and got away.  

wild hogs/boars are another problem,  the wild pigs actually eat the dogs which is great but they have attacked people too.   I went to my thias fields and we saw pig footprints in the mitti.    

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

wild hogs/boars are another problem,  the wild pigs actually eat the dogs which is great but they have attacked people too.   I went to my thias fields and we saw pig footprints in the mitti. 

Yea they r a huge threat/nuksaan to kheti .But why do u think god made spears(bhaale/barchche) for.For killing jangli soor (obviously,like duuuuuhhh??)

lol.

;)

And yea they do attack ppl,are quite fierce actually ,with their tusks and all can really kill a person(spoiler alert:they do)

But they shud be tasty af especially with all da charbi

so,chatka them singhon .looooooooollll. ;)

"they always hog on the kheti maan " (another successful pun by me) 

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It is a bad situation and the government should do something. But obviously they won’t because India is corrupt as hell. But we can try to take precautions in rural parts:

- Don’t go out alone, keep someone with you

- Keep armed with something to protect yourself, like a good stick or big kirpan. (And know how to use it)

- I’d even say keep a gun (but I don’t know if it is legal to carry one in Punjab - so check?)

- how to protect oneself if a dog approached:

 

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Maybe the stray dogs have the virus mentioned in the other thread.

They will bite the Punjabis and turn them into zombies. 

The zombie apocalypse is coming to Punjab!

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8 hours ago, puzzled said:

i said the same thing they need to round these dogs up and kill them!  they are disgusting and rabbid and iv seen to many shagging in the middle of the streets!       near my dads pind theres a place where they take dead cows/buffalo and skin them and the dogs around there are like fcking hyenas,  that area has now become a no go zone.    people are really scared to these dogs.     

At night they run around in packs that are 30/40 strong and howl all night. 

i went for a walk with my cousin sister at night with a pet dog   and around 10 dogs started running towards us and barking   luckily the pet dog was bigger and intimidated them,  while this was going on we walked of really fast and got away.  

wild hogs/boars are another problem,  the wild pigs actually eat the dogs which is great but they have attacked people too.   I went to my thias fields and we saw pig footprints in the mitti.    

Thing is though nobody is allowed to do anything about the dog problem which has now reached epidemic proportions. Indian criminal has strict punishment in place for anyone that harms a stray dog......which is all well and good if youre in a civilised country where there is civic pride and the authorities take care of the problem but...right now...things have gotten so bad babies and young children are getting mauled to death on a daily basis. Nobody anywhere is taking any responsibility. Obviously i havent taken any survey or anything but from what i saw i would guess that the population of wild crazy rabid dogs in Punjab has gone up by more than 1000% in the 3 year gap of me visiting there. And thats the thing that really bothers me about Sikhs in the west....they just dont care or at least choose not to hear. Wild dogs are killing more Sikhs than the Indian government and yet nobody cares. A while ago- on my things that white people do thread i once explained that more Punjabis die from inhaling soot from their rasooi kitchen than TB and the Indian army/police genocideadded together and how a simple tube that costs about $10 could prevent those deaths. Not one person here even bothered asking me how me and my dad went about fitting them into the homes of poor people. Instead, everyone just seems content going on and on about the same thing blaming the Indian govt and Badal / Captain for all their worries. I'm not even joking....the mad dog problem in Punjab prevented me from full enjoyment of my land more than Captain and Modi ever could. Lets get our priorities right. Lets kill those kuthe !!!

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Exactly. We r to busy hating and blaming things that dont even happen nowadays rather than foccusing on the <banned word filter activated> that does happen. Some peeps in the west think of random things and hype them and campaign and do other stuff for that but,do they actually happen.No.These things dont happen nowadays the things that actually happen are what Jgsaw mentioned in his above quoted post . Atleast bother to ask us, the  singhs in india if these things are true or not.And next time campaign for the killing of kutte and providing of tubes and other stuff instead of campaigning for hate.

 

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If its hard to kill them, govt should at least sterilize them.

Australia had a kangaroo problem. They were causing too many road accidents. And so they did a sterilization program. But ofc ppl started protesting. 

About the tube thing. Do tell us more. Because its not only india. Our professor was telling us how in Gautemala, they also cook indoors with an open fire. And this caused their kids to have COPD and other lung issues. They bought them electrical stove. But the gautemalans didnt really like using it. Maybe the tube thing will be a better more cost effective and more acceptable solution. 

 

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15 hours ago, Guest Guest said:

Keep armed with something to protect yourself, like a good stick or big kirpan. (And know how to use it)

Yeah whack em with a Salotar

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7 hours ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Australia had a kangaroo problem. They were causing too many road accidents. And so they did a sterilization program. But ofc ppl started protesting.

We did try killing dogs but, Maneka Gandhi stepped in and stopped that from happening.

About the sterilization thing i dunno man.Me and me dad were talking bout this the other day that there shud be some provision for something like this but 🤷‍♂️.I was just thinking bout it again after reading ur post and then i realised that maybe it would fail bcos of the corruption plus who would hv the balls to mess with these rabid dog's's balls (pun no. 568).I mean i dunno maybe it isnt worth the risk having municipal inspectors and karamcharis (workers) killed by these rabid dogs

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