(Klang, 17th) The Klang City Council denied that it was accused of not following the standard operating procedure (SOP) for catching and injuring stray dogs, saying that the dogs suffered minor injuries because they were provoked by crowds.
Klang City Council Deputy Chairman Alia said that catching and catching stray animals is carried out in accordance with standard operating procedures, and the relevant standard operating procedures are the 2007 (Klang City Council) Dog Licence and Domestic Dogs Local Government Regulations (UUK) Section 1 Section 17(1).
She said that the store involved in feeding stray dogs had been questioned by law enforcement officers of the Klang City Council before, and the authorities also advised the store to apply for a license for the dog through legal channels as soon as possible to take care of the welfare of the dog.
However, she said the store owner could not prove that he was the owner of the dog, so the dog was eventually classified as a stray animal.
"When the dog has no owner, it will be regarded as a stray dog, and the authorities have the power to arrest it. During the process, the dog became nervous and aggressive due to provocations by the store owner and the surrounding public."
"So the dog suffered some injuries, but he was taken to the shelter and treated, and the dog is healthy now."
This is what Aaliyah said when asked during the "Klang City Heritage Walk Workshop" event in Dewan Hamzah today.
The Association for Stray Animals Malaysia (SAFM) uploaded a video and issued a document on Tuesday, accusing local government officials of violating standard operating procedures, resulting in injuries to stray dogs during the capture process, and drags roughly.
 Oriental daily