TOBA TEK SINGH: Sunday was not a routine day for the residents of Chak 310-JB, Thatha, a remote village in the district, as it was playing host to an ‘All Pakistan dog fight tournament’ participated by connoisseurs of the banned sport from all over the country.
The participants, hailing from areas as far as Azad Kashmir, alighting from their Land Cruisers and Prados, along with their costly canine fighters and guards laced with sophisticated weapons, was a scene many of the village residents might have watched in movies only.
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