A compromise agreement has been released for Humayun Khan whose pet dogs brutally attacked a man named Mirza Akhtar Ali in the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) phase VI.
A deal has been settled between Humayun Khan and Mirza Akhtar Ali, who is an advocate himself. The agreement which was published on 6th July stated that Mirza Akhtar Ali agreed to forgive Humayun son of Noor Khan on few conditions.
According to the agreement, Humayun Khan should unconditionally apologize to Mirza Akhtar for the hurt and injury caused to him. He and his family shall not keep any dangerous dogs as pets at their home.
The agreement also highlighted that any other dogs kept as pets shall be registered with the Clifton Cantonment Board and shall not venture out on the streets without a properly trained handler. The pet dogs shall be muzzled and leashed at all times, they are outside.
The two dogs involved in the incident shall be put down by a veterinarian immediately. Any other such dogs that Humayun Khan has, he shall give them away, the agreement stated.
The agreement concluded that Humayun Khan shall make a donation of Rs.1,000,000 to the Ayesha Chundigarh Foundation (ACF) Animal Rescue.
The incident took place last month when a CCTV footage of the incident surfaced on social media which showed that Advocate Mirza Ali Akhtar was walking in Phase 6, Defence Housing Authority neighbourhood, when two dogs darted towards him and tackled him to the ground.
Another man, who appeared to be a caretaker of the dogs, tried hard to separate the animals from Ali but to no avail. The caretaker ran off to find another man and they both then rescued the lawyer from the dogs.
The footage showed the two caretakers left the lawyer injured on the road and took the dogs away. Police registered a case against the dogs’ owner, Humayun Khan, and nominated the two caretakers in the case as well.