Punjab police staff told to move dogs out of govt accommodation in a week if no permission sought for keeping pets

The order was issued on Wednesday

Punjab police staff told to move dogs out of govt accommodation in a week if no permission sought for keeping pets

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 18

The Punjab Police on Wednesday said employees living in government accommodation who are keeping dogs but do not have permission for the same must move their pets out of houses in a week’s time.

Those failing to comply with the directive will have to face departmental action, a police order said.

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