Government of Pakistan should stop killing stray animals

Government of Pakistan should stop killing stray animals

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Shujaat Chand started this petition to PTI official PM Imran Khan

It has been observed and reported by many users of facebook that Government has started poising and shooting stray dogs, this is why i want to bring this issue to the attention of Mr. Imran Khan, who promised us that he will transform Pakistan into the Estate of Madina and in his first speech after becoming prime minister of Pakistan quoted Hazrat Umer "If a dog dies hungry on the banks of the River Euphrates, Umar will be responsible for dereliction of duty", so Mr Imran Khan i wanted to remind you of your promise.

All creatures on earth are sentient beings. There is not an animal on earth, nor a bird that flies on its wings – but they are communities like you.  The Quran 6:38

 

Besides this it is illegal to kill animals brutally, they way our government is killing strays.

THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT, 1890
ACT NO. XI OF 1890S

3. If any person--
(a) overdrives, beats, or otherwise treats any animal so as to subject it to unnecessary
pain or suffering, or
(b) binds, keeps, carries or consigns for carriage any animal in such manner or
position as to subject it to unnecessary pain or suffering, or
(c) offers for sale or without reasonable cause has in his possession any live animal
which is suffering pain by reason of mutilation, starvation, thirst, over-crowding or
other ill-treatment, or
(d) offers for sale any dead animal or part of a dead animal which he has reason to
believe has been killed in an unnecessarily cruel manner, or
(e) without reasonable cause abandons any animal in circumstances which render it
likely that it will suffer pain by reason of starvation or thirst, he shall be punished, in
the case of a first offence, with fine which may extend to fifty rupees, or with

imprisonment for a term which may extend to one month and, in the case of a
second or subsequent offence committed within three years of the previous
offence, with fine which may extend to one hundred rupees, or with imprisonment
for a term which may extend to three months, or with both.

 

To read full law please click below mentioned link

http://extwprlegs1.fao.org/docs/pdf/pak64057.pdf

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