At least two people were injured after they were attacked by a pack of stray dogs in Uri town of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Monday.
Officials said that a pack of stray dogs appeared in Uri market on Monday morning and attacked a group of people, injuring two of them.
All the injured were taken to Sub District Hospital Uri for treatment.
The injured were identified as 30- year-old Azra begum wife of Sajad Ahmad and 28- year-old Altaf Ahmad son of Abdul Rashid of Uri.
Earlier this year in March, locals said five people were injured when stray dogs attacked people in Uri market.
They alleged that the local administration was not serious about eradicating the rising menace of canines in the area.