The Tashkent Regional Court on March 17 did not soothe the punishment for the slaughterhouse's owner, where dogs were killed to be eaten. Ten days of arrest applied to the man remain in force, Daryo reports referring to the animal protection society' Mehr va Oqibat.'
A trial was held on the appeal filed by the owner of the dog slaughterhouse on Friday. Reportedly, he has been in a temporary detention facility since March 11. The man appealed to the court to cancel the punishment as 'he is the family's only breadwinner.'
The judge left the decision of the previous court unchanged. As a result, Flayer will sit out the remaining days.
'Mehr va Oqivat' volunteers discovered a slaughterhouse for dogs in the Tashkent region last week.
During the trial, the slaughterhouse owner stated that dogs were slaughtered in the house only for their use. However, when asked why dogs were brought to his home every day from morning to night and the neighbors heard how they were being killed, the man could not answer.
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