Protect Goat life: No surplus census to export - Sukanya Berwal with Suman Kadyan

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STOP live stock export: Issue Advisory under section 9(k) of PCA Act, 1960. Kindly refer to the Rules Regulations about animal transportation by Rail Road, besides it Bureau of Indian Standards approved the mechanism but No mechanism to Airlift live animals from India to Abroad for their meat fur. Now, Amigo Logistics India Pvt. Ltd, established in the year 1994, planning to Airlift Goat from Delhi as they already airlifted many consignments from Nashik, as per their claim: Amigo Logistics is a pioneer company to airlift Livestock Air Cargo in India. It ventured into the field of International freight forwarding and logistics in the year 1994. Amigo Logistics has gained enough expertise to export livestock to any region around the world, where the basic facilities required to handle livestock at airports is available. Recently we created history by handling 34 Flights in 45 days, exporting nearly 57,000 Goats out of India. Scouts Guides for animals birds in the opinion that in India, No animal species are surplus to export, hence AWD, AWBI may issue Advisory under section 9(k) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 about the utility of Sheep’s Goats in the rural economy and we love co-existence between animals with human beings, keeping in view article 51 a(g) of Indian Constitution read with section 3 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 and five freedoms of animals. Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying Fisheries along with Delhi Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals also may issue status reports about the surplus census of livestock, offered for export.