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 Stop "Gadhimai Festival Massacre in November 2014.
November 2014 marks the Gadhimai Festival in Nepal, a Hindu religious event that takes place every 5 years. A real slaughter of animals offered in sacrifice to Gadhimai. Sign the petition. http://www.change.org/en-AU/petitions/stop-animal-sacrifice-gadhimai-festival-nepal-mass-animal-sacrifice
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Stop " Gadhimai Festival Massacre novembre 2014 Novembre 2014 in Nepal ricorre il Gadhimai Festival, un evento religioso indù che si realizza ogni 5 anni.Una vera e propria strage di animali offerti in sacrificio a Gadhimai . Firma la petizione http://www.change.org/en-AU/petitions/stop-animal-sacrifice-gadhimai-festival-nepal-mass-animal-sacrifice  

 

Gadhimai Festival
Nepal mass animal sacrifice festival

In an unparalleled religious madness, in Nepal, a Hindu festival calls for a mass animal sacrifice which is considered to be the world's goriest mass killing of animals.

A few hundred thousands buffaloes, pigs, goats, pigeons, rabbits and chickens are killed as part of the blood-soaked festival held every five years (November 24, 25) to honor the Hindu goddess of power.

To the disgrace of Nepal, the brutal killing of over 200,000 animals at the Gadhimai Festival in 2009 was sponsored by the country's Government. 

Largely ignored by the rest of the world, the handling and slaughter of the animals contravened the most basic animal welfare standards. Anyone at the festival could kill animals in whatever way they wished and with any tool they chose. Many of the water buffaloes were brought over the border from India and, if they had not died during transit, they were put into an enclosure prior to the festival and not fed or watered for several days, making them weak and less resistant to their killers.

We, the undersigned, call on the government of Nepal to ban animal sacrifices and cruel sports. Nepal in the past banned human sacrifice and widow burning. We feel the time has come to ban blood sacrifices for the following reasons:

1. It hurts them;

2. It hurts us humans;

3. It strengthens vested interests;

4. It contradicts the spirit of laws and treaties;

5. It is bad for tourism.

We request the political leaders of Nepal to do what it takes to stop cruelty against animals in the name of culture or religion.

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/stop-animal-sacrifice-nepal.html

Nepali Congress Central Office
B.P. Smriti Bhawan, B.P. Nagar, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal
Email: ncparty@wlink.com.np
Fax: ++ (977-1) 5555188 

Communist Party of Nepal (CPN ML) 

Address: Maitidevi
Email: communistparty@hotmail.com 

Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)

Address: Buddha Nagar
Email: ucpnm.chq@gmail.com
Fax: ++ (977-1) 4602289

Communist Party of Nepal (Unified)

Address: Dhobi Khola
Email: cpnunified@gmail.com

Ministry of Tourism
Email: info@tourism.gov.np, tourismnp@gmail.com
Fax: ++ (977-1) 4211758

Rastriya Prajatantra Party
Address: Chabahil
Email: rppnepal@enet.com.np

Tarai Madhesh Loktantrik Party
Address: Baneshwor
Email: tmdp64@gmail.com
Fax: ++ (977-1) 4462383

Nepal Workers and Peasants Party
Address: Bhaktapur
Fax: ++ (977-1) 6613207

Madhesi's People's Right Forum
Address: Kupondole
Fax: ++ (977-1) 5541278 

CC:
ncparty@wlink.com.npcommunistparty@hotmail.comrppnepal@enet.com.nptmdp64@gmail.comucpnm.chq@gmail.com
cpnunified@gmail.comeon@nepembassy.org.ukofficesecretary@nepembassy.org.uk

more addresses:

Nepal Political Parties, Individual emails:
ncparty@wlink.com.npcommunistparty@hotmail.com,rppnepal@enet.com.np,tmdp64@gmail.comucpnm.chq@gmail.com
cpnunified@gmail.com , eon@nepembassy.org.uk ,officesecretary@nepembassy.org.uk

Nepali Congress Central Office
B.P. Smriti Bhawan, B.P.Nagar, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal
Fax : ++ (977-1) 5555188
E-mail: ncparty@wlink.com.np

Communist Party of Nepal (CPN ML)
C.P Mainali
Address: Maitidevi
Email: communistparty@hotmail.com
Rastriya Prajatantra Party

Head of Party: Pashupati Sumsher Rana
Address: Chabahil
Email: rppnepal@enet.com.np

Nepal Workers and Peasants Party
Head of Party: Narayan Man Bijukche
Address: Bhaktapur
Fax No: ++(977-1) 6613207

Tarai Madhesh Loktantrik Party
Head of Party: Mahanta Thakur
Address: Baneshwor
Email: tmdp64@gmail.com
Fax No: ++(977-1) 4462383

Madhesi’s People’s Right Forum
Upendra Yadav
Address: Kupondole
Fax nr: ++ (977 -1) 5541278

Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
Head of Party: Pushpa Kamal Dahal
Address: Buddha Nagar
Email: ucpnm.chq@gmail.com
Fax: 01 4602289

Communist Party of Nepal (Unified)
Head of Party: Ram Singh Shris (Rajbir)
Address: DhobiKhola
Email: cpnunified@gmail.com

POSTAL
Honarable Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister, Singha Durbar
Faxes: + 977 1 227 286 or 428 570

Honarable State Minister for Foreign Affairs
Address: Maharajgunj, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4416011, 4416012, 4416013, 4416014, 4416015
Fax: 977-1-4416016

Right Honarable President Dr Ram Baran Yadav
Office of the President
Sheetal Niwas, Kathmandu
Fax no ++ 977 – 1 – 4416495

Honarable Minister
Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives,
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Phone: 4211706,4211950,4211981,4211898,4211841,4211648,4211961, 4211905
Fax: 977-1- 4211935, 4211839

Hon’ble Minister
Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel.: 4211992, 4211669, 4211846, 4211847, 4211711, 4211685, 4211825, 4231196, 4211909
Fax: 977 1 4211758

Honorable Minister
Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction
Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel: +977 1 4211189, 4211090, 4211176, 4211092
Fax: +977 1 4211186 and 4211173

Ministry of Law and Justice
Address: Singha Durbar, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4223727, 4224633, 4220672
Fax: 977-1-4220684

Ministry of Home Affairs
Address: Singha Durbar, Kathmandu,Nepal
Tel: 977-1-4211261, 4211212, 4211274, 4211249, 4211224
Fax: 977-1-4211264

Letter to
Nepalese Government B.P. Smriti Bhawan, B.P. Nagar, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal
Secretary of Government of Nepal Mr. Leela Mani Paudyal
Chairman Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) Prachanda
and 13 others
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist) Hon. C P Mainali
Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey - Mahendra Bahadur Pandey -
Prime Minister Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment Rt. Hon. Sushil Koirala
Hon'ble Minister Ministry of Information and Communications Dr. Minendra Rijal
Honorable Minister Nepal Government Ministry of Health and Population Khagaraj Adhikari
Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation Mahesh Acharya Hon. Minister
Ministry of Finance Spokesperson Mr. Ram Saran Pudasaini
nepal1tv nepal1tv
Nepal television Singha Durbar
Partito EcoAnimalista Alessio Nanni
Partito EcoAnimalista Partito EcoAnimalista
Communist Party of Nepal (CPN ML) Rastriya Prajatantra Party C.P Mainali
Hon'ble Minister Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation. Mr. Bhim Acharya
Stop animal sacrifice Gadhimai Festival Nepal mass animal sacrifice
A the Attention Nepalese Government
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Stop animal sacrifice Gadhimai Festival Nepal mass animal sacrifice

We, the undersigned, call on the government of Nepal to ban animal sacrifices and cruel sports. Nepal in the past banned human sacrifice and widow burning. We feel the time has come to ban blood sacrifices for the following reasons:

1. It hurts them;

2. It hurts us humans;

3. It strengthens vested interests;

4. It contradicts the spirit of laws and treaties;

5. It is bad for tourism.

We request the political leaders of Nepal to do what it takes to stop cruelty against animals in the name of culture or religion.
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Sincerely,

In an unparalleled religious madness, in Nepal, a Hindu festival calls for a mass animal sacrifice which is considered to be the world's goriest mass killing of animals.

A few hundred thousands buffaloes, pigs, goats, pigeons, rabbits and chickens are killed as part of the blood-soaked festival held every five years (November 24, 25) to honor the Hindu goddess of power.