Rat postmortem: There has been a new twist in the rat killing case in Budaun district of Uttar Pradesh. The post-mortem report has revealed that he died not due to drowning in the drain but due to suffocation. Scientists did the postmortem of the rat at Bareilly’s IVRI. Dr. KP Singh, Joint Director of IVRI, says that this is the first case of rat postmortem in the country.
Let us tell you that this matter came to the fore on November 25 in Sadar Kotwali area. Here in the afternoon, animal lover Vikendra Sharma was passing near the Gandhi Ground intersection, when he saw a man named Manoj Kumar tying a stone to a rat’s tail and drowning it in a drain. They immediately took out the rat from the drain, but by then it had died. When Vikendra talked to the accused in this matter, he disputed it and said that I do the same and will continue to do so. After this, complained about the matter in the local police station in Vikendra. Police registered a case of animal cruelty against Manoj. In this dispute, a breach of peace was also done.
To find out the reason for the death of the rat, it was necessary to do its postmortem, but there was no arrangement for it in Badaun Veterinary Hospital. So the rat was sent to IVRI, Bareilly. There the post-mortem of the rat was done and the report revealed that it died due to suffocation. It has also been revealed in the report that the lungs and liver of the rat were already damaged. He had many diseases and it was difficult for him to survive.