Justice for the stray dogs poisoned in Telangana

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Is this country only for the people who live here? Where are the stray dogs and cat going to live and what if their population multiplies? Is it because, we humans have the brains and power, who gave us the power to destroy them?

The people in India, know that the stray dogs and cats live alone wandering here and there for food. While, in some parts of the country people are to be applauded for showing kindness by feeding the animals, there are some regions and even states in India where the locals are taking the matter of killing these stray dogs in hands and it is very disheartening as well as disgusting.

On 23 June, 2019 hundreds of stray dogs were poisoned by the Telangana municipal staff. It is really a horrifying incident in which municipality staff in Vikarabad town, 75 km from Hyderabad, poisoned more than 100 stray dogs and burnt their bodies at a garbage dump outside the town. 

A video went viral, in which a sobbing animal activists who was taking the video emerged out in the social media sites and it would give you a sickening feeling of revulsion and loathing for the people involved in this mass killing of the innocent stray dogs. The man in the video is seen throwing recklessly the carcasasses of the killed dogs into the dumpyard. All he said in the video is that "He is just following the orders."

Click to get theImage of the dead dogs

Hands are tied up and lips are shut, people of today only know how to click their tongues and none has the mouth to open and speak about this matter. 

The Municipality of Telangana clearly took the easiest way of decreasing the multiplying of the breed by simply poisoning them, which is truly disgusting and the fact that they even ignored PETA ABC. 

To put it straight, here are some rules in India for the animals:

1.To kill or maim any animal, including stray animals, is a punishable offence. IPC Sections 428 and 429.

2. Abandoning any animal for any reason can land you in prison for up to three months. Section 11(1)(i) and Section 11(1)(j), PCA Act, 1960.

3. Stray dogs that have been operated for birth control cannot be captured or relocated by anybody including any authority. ABC Rules, 2001.

4. Neglecting an animal by denying her sufficient food, water, shelter and exercise or by keeping him chained/confined for long hours is punishable by a fine or imprisonment of up to 3 months or both. Section 11(1)(h), PCA Act, 1960.

But it seems people now a days, like to violate each and every rules and it comes up even the municipality is violating the government's rule standing as an example for the people who kill these innocent animals for fun. The question is who is going to speak out for these violent act of the Municipality of Telangana and how are they going to be punished for this. 

Please sign this petition to bring this horrifying crime of the people involved in this dreadening act in attention and forcing the authorities to take necessary actions for this crime to give Justice to those hundreds of stray dogs who died mercilessly in the hands of those cruel human beings.

In the end, all these dogs wanted was love. They even wagged their tails and ate those poisoned food trusting the human who gave them that poisoned food inwardly taking an oath that "I shall remain faithful to this wonderful human being for the rest of my life, for giving me some FOOD."

Click to get the: Carcass of the stray dogs thrown like a rag doll, an example of how cruel a human being can be.