A 14-year-old boy who was bitten by a canine over a month in the past and hid the incident from his dad and mom died of rabies right here, police stated on Tuesday.
Shahvaz, a pupil of sophistication 8, died on Monday night when he was being introduced again to Ghaziabad from Bulandshahr, the place he was taken for remedy after his situation deteriorated, they stated.
Shahvaz, a resident of Charan Singh colony below the Vijay Nagar police station space, was bitten by his neighbour’s canine one-and-a-half months in the past however hid it from his dad and mom out of worry, police stated.
He contracted rabies and began behaving abnormally and stopped consuming on September 1. On being requested, he advised his relations that he had been bitten by their neighbour’s canine, they stated.
Shahvaz’s household took him to authorities hospitals in Delhi however he was not admitted there for remedy. Finally, they took him to an Ayurvedic physician in Bulandshahr for remedy, the household advised the police.
The boy died when he was being introduced again to Ghaziabad in an ambulance. A criticism has been lodged within the matter and motion will likely be taken in opposition to the canine proprietor, stated Assistant Commissioner of Police, Kotwali zone, Nimish Patil.
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