Animal rights and their welfare be introduced as a compulsory subject in Schools - Naresh Kadyan
  • Petitioning Hon'ble Shri Hamid Ansari

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Vice President of India
Hon'ble Shri Hamid Ansari
OIPA in India
Chairman, AWBI
Maj. Gen. R. M. Khareb
HE The Governor of Haryana
Prime Minister of India, New Delhi
Hon'ble Sardar Manmohan Singh
Minister for Environment and Forest
Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan
Secretary, CBSE
Dr (Mrs) Veera Gupta
Hon'ble Speaker Lok Sabha
Director General : Dr. K.S. Dangi, Ph.D. (U.S.A.) Animal Husbandry & Dairying, Haryana
National Commission for Women
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR)
Prof. Shantha Sinha, Chairperson
Mr. Lov Verma, Member Secretary
Chairman &Chief Vigilance Officer
Shri Vineet Joshi, IAS
The Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani
HE The President of India, New Delhi.
Director, Ainimal Welfare Division
Hon'ble Minister for Human Resource Development
Hon'ble Minister of State
Hon'ble Minister of State
Hon'ble Secretary

Animal rights and their welfare be introduced as a compulsory subject in Schools - Naresh Kadyan

    1. Abhishek Kadyan
    2. Petition by

      Abhishek Kadyan

      Delhi, India

Kindly refer to the article 51 A(g) of the Constitution of India about fundamental duties of every citizen of India. The UN affiliated OIPA's Indian chapter and PFA haryana demanding that ANIMAL RIGHTS AND THEIR WELFARE should introduce and identify as new trade for vocational education.

India can lead this effort, giving other countries the template needed to improve their own animal suffering and abuse problems. Children who do not receive proper structure and a proper education regarding the suffering of other beings on this planet, are more likely to cause great harm to humans later in life. We cannot depend on parental figures to teach children respect for other living beings. We demand that a full course be taught in schools around the world, beginning at the nursery level, and for all home schooled children. Some people just don't know what constitutes abuse. Children need to be taught proper methods and the many reasons why we must treat animals with the kindness, respect, and liberties they are born with and deserve as fellow beings on this planet. The animals have rights, we have rights, we demand these rights here and now!

Naresh Kadyan,
Representative of the International Organization for Animal Protection
- OIPA in India, Chairman, People for Animals Haryana,

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    • Nirmala Krupanandh BENGALURU, KS
      • 4 months ago

      In the last 20 yrs or so, I have noticed a drastic decline in the sensitivity of humans towards their environment and all other living creatures. The present generation of parents is unable to create a sense of responsibility among their children towards Nature. I strongly feel schools can play an important part in passing on this vital knowledge to the kids so that they can make our world a beautiful place. It is time humans take time to see where they have gone wrong and accept changes that must be made in their attitude for the good of all living creatures.

    • yuva pillay MAURITIUS, MAURITIUS
      • 6 months ago


      • 6 months ago

      An excellent idea.

    • Michele Jankelow SANDTON, SOUTH AFRICA
      • 6 months ago


    • Divya Sharma INDIA
      • 6 months ago

      Because this will make us human.


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