Rajasthan: Two foreign tourists suffered dog bites
Recently in two separate incidents, two foreign tourists reportedly suffered dog bites in the last few days in Rajasthan.
The incidents have prompted the state's civic bodies to launch a campaign against stray animals on the streets of the city, said an official.
He added that the tourists were given primary treatment at the local hospital.
Shifting stray dogs to other places, NGOs engaged in task
A Nagar Parishad official said that one of the tourists who suffered dog bite yesterday is from Chile and was visiting Menpura village.
In the other incident, a British tourist and her travel agent were bitten by dogs on Tuesday.
"We are shifting stray dogs to other places and NGOs have been called for effectively running animal birth control programme," the official added.