The Government should revise the act for cruelty to animals.

The Government should revise the act for cruelty to animals.

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Shankar Jha started this petition to Indian Government and

Animal cruelty is increasing day by day. If you see the video of how they have been treated inside the farm, you will be ashamed of yourself for being a human. They are being tortured and killed. Sometimes they are also being cooked alive. You will find thousands of video on youtube. Some people even enjoy doing this kind of activity.

There is a law for this in every country, but still, people are taking advantage of the current situation. Meat products have now become a part of our life, in spite of knowing the effects of using meat products on the environment. 

I urge everyone to support me in this cause and let my voice reach the Government body. So that they will take some strict against the people who are involved in this kind of brutality.

We will never understand the pain of animals because it's not happening to us. Even, they also have to take care of their family. They are also a part of our ecosystem. We must allow everyone to live freely on this earth. If we take the freedom of any creature, chaos will happen. We have already encountered a lot of disasters this year. This is the time to come forward, and take a pledge to stop killing animals just for the sake of filling our stomach with a good taste. 

I hope you will get my message. Please don't get offended by this, I have tried my best to express my feelings. It really hurts to see this kind of activity going in my society. Our ancestor ate because they don't have access to food, but we are now living in the 21tst century. So we must stop giving these kinds of excuses.

I know it's hard to stop this at once, but we have to start from somewhere. It would be great if we start teaching our young generation to start caring for animals.

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