After the viral video of ‘stray dog shelter home’ woman Sakshi Sharma went viral, Indore police has debunked the investigation on the case. Indore police and PFA informed that Sakshi Sharma’s original name is Samrin Bano and has a history of milking money in the name of donations for the stray dogs’ shelter.
Adding that she has been running from several cities since there are several complaints against her for non-payment. She originally hails from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.
In the viral video, the woman sought help from the public over the ill-treatment to her and her dogs from the people running slaughterhouses in her neighborhood. She has also alleged Indore Tilak Nagar police of inaction, misogynist behavior, and negligence. Referring to the people who run slaughterhouses, she stated, “I cannot go out after 5 pm. Those who run these slaughterhouses take drugs and gather outside my house every day. When I complained to the Tilak Nagar police, they blamed it on my unmarried life and the absence of a husband.”
On Monday, India’s largest animal welfare organization People for Animals shared a video. On the response of the same, the police personal said, “Her primary concern was that cattle owners would graze their animals in the area, thereby causing inconvenience to her dogs. We have directed our officers to resolve the issue. Having said that, the cattle owners to need to earn their livelihood.”
On the other hand, they dismissed the allegation on the inaction of the same. The officials informed that the case was registered on March 9 against Shobha Ram. The FIR was registered under Sections 112, 323, and 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), hence making her claims baseless.