Shaktiman, the police horse that had to get his badly-injured left hind leg amputated, after being allegedly attacked during a BJP protest in Uttarakhand, is now able to stand on his own.
Dr. Rakesh Nautiyal, who is attending to Shaktiman, told ANI: "Shaktiman is recovering. He is now able to stand on his own without the harness. We are really happy that Shaktiman is better than before, fit and is recovering."
Shaktimaan tries to stand on his own. Infact he is able to stand without the harness now: Doctor Rakesh Nautiyal pic.twitter.com/tDFymzrw0O— ANI (@ANI_news) March 31, 2016
Dehradun: We are really happy that Shaktiman is better than before,fit & is recovering, says Doctor Rakesh Nautiyal pic.twitter.com/cGVOot6tIM— ANI (@ANI_news) March 31, 2016
Shaktiman, a trained police horse which was part of the Uttarakhand Mounted Police for years, was allegedly attacked by BJP MLA Ganesh Joshi during a BJP protest on 14 March. Joshi was arrested and later released on bail on 23 March after furnishing a bond.
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