After Azam Khan’s buffalo, now UP police searching for cop's missing dog

Kanpur, April 27: After UP police helped in finding Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan's buffaloes, now the state police is on a lookout for a pet dog of a cop which has gone missing from Malviya Vihar in Barra area.

According to a complaint lodged by the wife of Prabhunath Saroj, the Station Incharge of Radar police station in Urai district, their dog, Tiger, went missing from the house on Saturday when the family had gone out somewhere, said Rambabu Singh, Station Officer of Barra police station.

After Azam Khan’s buffalo, now UP police searching for cop's missing dog .
When the family could not find the dog in the house upon their return, they approached police on Sunday, he said.

The family has also declared a cash reward for bringing the dog back, he said. An investigation has been launched to locate the whereabouts of the missing dog, the SO said.

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Police searched for Azam Khan's missing buffaloes

Earlier, UP minister Azam Khan's buffaloes went missing for which the diligent UP Police conducted a massive midnight buffalo hunt.

Seven of Khan's buffaloes went missing over the weekend and the UP police was on its toes in a bid to find the missing buffaloes.

The robbers, who had shown tremendous interest in Khan's buffaloes, cut the thick iron chains and took the animals.

This not only infuriated Khan but also made him use his immense power to spring police personnel to track down his cattle. Sniffer dogs were used to locate Khan's buffaloes.

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Reports suggested that cops combed fields and took the help of sniffer dogs to locate the missing cattle.

The buffaloes were later on traced but three policemen were suspended on grounds of 'dereliction of duty.'

The buffalo search however raised many questions on Khan, who has often been accused of not doing enough for the Muzaffarnagar riot victims who are living in the relief camps.

OneIndia News

(With inputs from agencies)

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