Stop the "Nainital Highcourt order to kill all stray dogs of Uttarakhand in 6 months"

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Rajiv Chaudhary
2 years ago
Every creature has life ..all life should be respected ...whether it is dog , chicken , elephant , cow or any other...unless it is killing others.

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Sunirmal Datta
2 years ago
It is inhumane and against ethics of India where ahimsa is practised.

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Subarna Das
2 years ago
The cause is worth fighting for.

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Aishani Das
2 years ago
This is violative of directions of the Supreme Court and is plain inhuman. Relocation is the solution, not outright murder.

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Harry Anchan
2 years ago
Mahatma Gandhi: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” How ironic an infuriating!

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Rachana Yadav
2 years ago
I love animals as a environmentalist

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al garza
2 years ago
Brutality in the streets against the innocent leads to brutality in society!

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Pamela Tosh
2 years ago
I am signing this petition because I have been actively working on the streets of Rishikesh and campaigning for animals in India. However, I am hoping that the author of this petition will please contact me to discuss the inaccuracy of his facts.
The Uttarakhand High Court has directed the state government to remove all stray dogs from the streets and relocate them to shelters within the next six months.

The ruling aims at the Himalayan state of Nainital, India’s ‘Lake District’ but could become a heavy burden for the whole Himalayan region. A petition stated stray dogs have bitten more than 11 000 people in Nainital in just 5 years and demands the implementation of shelters and other schemes within an unrealistic and unfairly short period of time.

There is no doubt that the growing number of stray dogs on India’s streets has reached epidemic proportions. The number of attacks reported in Himalayan towns has been the focal point of ongoing investigations over the past few years and as the packs have increased and become more territorial they have become dangerous. Unfortunately, due to the threat, the ruling will also consider a new law, to kill dangerous stray dogs.
Email pamela@indipam.com

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Nino Arsov
2 years ago
This is a wrong and disgusting way to deal with stray animals. Being born on the streets is not their fault.

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Víctor Gonzalez
2 years ago
Estoy firmando me gustan los perritos c: