CCTV SURVEILLANCE IN SANJAY GANDHI ANIMAL HOSPITAL AND ITS LIVE TELECAST AT THE MAIN GATE.

CCTV SURVEILLANCE IN SANJAY GANDHI ANIMAL HOSPITAL AND ITS LIVE TELECAST AT THE MAIN GATE.

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Vikas Gautam started this petition to Maneka Gandhi (Member of the Lok Sabha) and

After the brutal death of the poor dog in Sanjay gandhi animal hospital, run by MP Maneka Gandhi and her sister Ambika Shukla.

1. We want that the whole area of the Sanjay gandhi animal hospital should cover under cctv surveillance, every inch of the corner should be cover and its live telecast should run on the big screen out side the main gate and in the office of Sanjay gandhi hospital. So that if any cruelty , mercy killing, or any injustice happens to poor animals whom we send them for their treatment,  can be stop and can be checked. 

2. Police varrication , vet name and number, paravet details should be on the treatment paper whom they are treating so that their background verification and supervision on them can take place.

3. Hospital will not take after the fix number of dogs or cows. It should not be over crowded. 

4. After the death of an animal,  hospital should inform to his owner immediately. 

5. Police chawki should installed at the gate so that at the time of need, grievances can be lodge. 

6. Every after the death of the animal, doctor should produced its certification that the animal died naturally or it was put downed . And for the cross check they will keep the body for atleast 24 hours or till the till owner will not come. 

7. And later on this same rule, should be for every animal hospital of India.

Closing a hospital is not the solution, but to bring necessary changes for voiceless animals should be implementing at the earliest. 

We request you to please accept our request for the welfare of needy voiceless animals. 

Long live Animal welfare Revolution. 

Thank you 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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