Stop mass culling of Animals, like presently done in Australia

Stop mass culling of Animals, like presently done in Australia

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1) I always thoughts Australia and developed countries, atleast better off than India, ought to have been prepared and fare if not we'll equipped for such calamities.

But post accidental remedial measures has to be worked out by various means and investments, out of reach to other countries and even of required to spend Mn's of money should be done, atleast by such currency rich countries.

2) instead of culling animals they should be shifted / uplifted to / by other countries, is it so expensive ? In today's world of extinguishing animal breeds we cannot afford to do mass culling except in situations like epidemic reason, like Swine flue etc.

3) I could read “Camels aren't native to Australia - they were brought over by British settlers from India, Afghanistan and the Middle East in the 19th century". By a cent percent chance is it an act of racism ? Would Australia do the same for local Kangaroos and Bears ?

4) Providing water and food surrounding forest and these fire affected areas cannot be so expensive and unaffordable to country like Australia, right ?

5) I am proud of India who have been reeling since over centuries, under various calamities of draught and floods, but never heard about culling of animals, we treat humans and animals at same level and in fact Indians feed animals first or together with them

Should we just read and forget or let us take lead to escalate till it reaches Australian law makers and stop this mass culling ? I have raised this PIL, since this also involves Indian origin camels also �� and want Indian leadership / Ministry to take up this with Australian counterpart and avoid such mass culling of camels and horses and work on providing them sufficient food and water.

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