The residents claimed that the cases of dog attacks on children have become more frequent.
Residents of Pavilion Court and Pavilion Height in Jaypee Greens Wish Town, a high rise residential society in Sector 128, on Wednesday, lodged a complain with the department of public health, Noida Development Authority, against the stray dog menace in their premises.
The residents claimed that the cases of dog attacks on children have become more frequent. Because of this situation, parents don't feel safe, especially when their children go out for playing.
These strays are creating an unhygienic scenario. The association also claimed that they enter in the society via opened gates and damage garbage-filled bags placed on the ground floor.
The association said, "Residents have been facing huge in convenience due to the menace created by these stray animals. It would like to request the authority to initiate appropriate action to solve the issue."