Victory
Petitioning Hon'ble Minister of Environment and Forest and 14 others

Ban elephant trading in Punjab: Amend legislation - Abhishek Kadyan

Elephant; National heritage animal of India can be traded in Punjab, kudos to Abhishek Kadian and Miss Sukanya Kadian, successful  to get amended, the Haryana Cattle Fairs Act on Naresh Kadyan complaint, now same demand before the HE the Governor of Punjab, to issue ordinance on elephant trading be banned in Punjab.

Letter to
Hon'ble Minister of Environment and Forest
FC to Rural Development and Panchyat, Punjab
Secretary to the MoEF
and 12 others
Wildlife Crime Control Bureau - WCCB
Cabinet Secretary to the Govt. of India
HE Vice President of India
Hon'ble Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court
Administrator UT, Chandigarh
HE Governor of Punjab
Hon'ble Speaker, Punjab Assembly
Director, Rural Development and Panchyat, Punjab
HE President of India
Animal Welfare Division
Rajya Sabha Committee on Petitions
Chief Secretary to Govt. of Punjab
Ban elephant trading in Punjab: Amend legislation:
Elephant; National heritage animal of India can not be traded in Punjab, kudos to Abhishek Kadian and Miss Sukanya Kadian, successful to get amended, the Haryana Cattle Fairs Act on Naresh Kadian complaint, now same demand before the HE the Governor of Punjab, to issue ordinance on elephant trading be banned in Punjab.
Kind attention: HE Governor of Punjab;
It is humbly submitted that:
The OIPA – www.oipa.org UN affiliated Italy based NGO representing by Naresh Kadian in India. It is further stated that:
The Punjab Cattle Fairs (Regulation) Act, 1967 allowed to trade Jumbo in the cattle fairs, where as Elephant trading is ban in India, same problem was in Haryana but after Abhishek Kadian and Miss Sukanya Kadian complaint, said Act was amended vide Haryana Cattle Fairs (Amendment) Bill, 2013.
As per definition of the Punjab Cattle Fairs (Regulation) Act, 1967: 'Cattle' includes a buffalo, camel, cow, donkey, elephant, goat, horse, mule, sheep and their young-ones and such other animals as the State Government may be notification specify; hence you are humbly requested to please issue ordinance to avoid any illegal Elephant trading in Punjab, which is a crime under Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, private ownership of Elephants be cancelled, shifting it back to the Government, ban Elephant entry to the Urban part of the society.
Hon'ble Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh may kindly treat it as PIL.