Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh) [India]April 3 (ANI): An Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer’s dog went missing from Bilua area of Gwalior district, following which “missing posters” had been pasted in the area and police are on the lookout for the final three days. ,
The dog had gone missing on Friday (March 31).
In accordance with sources, two canine of an IAS officer of MP cadre posted in Delhi had been being taken from Delhi to Bhopal. On Friday night time, the workers taking the dog by automotive stopped at a dhaba close to Biloa to have meals. Whereas the employees members had been consuming meals, the two canine escaped from the automotive. After the search, the workforce caught one dog however the different was not discovered.
The employees then knowledgeable the IAS officer in Delhi about the incident over cellphone. After that the Gwalior police together with the employees of Gwalior zoo began trying to find the dog. Missing posters have additionally been pasted at close by dhabas.
Dabra sub-divisional officer of police (SDOP) Vivek Sharma stated, “Some folks got here to a dhaba in Bilua area when their dog jumped out of their automotive and ran away. He was going from Delhi to Bhopal. A criticism has been registered and close by eating places and retailers have been knowledgeable.”
“Posters have also been put up at various places announcing suitable reward to the person who finds the dog,” Sharma stated.
Jayaprakash, the proprietor of the dhaba from the place the dog had gone missing, stated, ‘A car stops right here on Friday night time, the workers eat meals and through this time a dog goes missing. That dog belongs to an officer as that officer himself together with police personnel together with different personnel got here right here the subsequent morning in search of the dog.
When the dog was not discovered, posters had been put as much as seek for it. Through which it was stated that the one that advised about the missing dog can be given an acceptable reward. (ANI)
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