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Petitioning HE The Governor of Haryana and 29 others

STOP wild animal hunting for profit in India - Abhishek Kadyan

Wild animals are being hunted, killed for personnel gain and profit in India for their flesh, skin, hair, bones and blood. The UN affiliated OIPA representative in India Naresh Kadyan strongly opposing it.

Please support this petition to protect the wild species, which are yet to be killed for specimens.

Letter to
HE The Governor of Haryana
Government Secretariat, Jaipur Department of Removal of Public Grievances
The SHO, Pilani
and 27 others
The Chief Minister of Delhi
The Wildlife Crime Control Bureau
HE The President of India, New Delhi
HE The Vice President of India, New Delhi.
The Prime Minister of India, New Delhi. Hon'ble Sardar Manmohan Singh
Rep. of OIPA in India OIPA in India
The Director General of Rajasthan Police
Supreme Court of India, New Delhi. Hon'ble Mr. Chief Justice
Wildlife Institute of India
The Secretary to the Ministry of Environment and Forest
CM, Haryana Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda
The DFO, Jhunjhunu
The Chief Wild Life Warden, Rajasthan
The Director General of Police, Haryana
Minister for Environment and Forest, New Delhi. Hon'ble Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan
The Chief Secretary to the Government of Haryana
Hon'ble Lokayukta of Haryana
The Chief Wild Life Warden, Haryana
Haryana State Police Complaint Authority, Chandigarh. The Chairman
Animal Welfare Board of India The Chairman
The Director General of Forest
Ministry of Environment and Forest The Joint Secretary
The Chief Minister of Rajasthan
Superintendent of Police, JHUNJHUNU.
District Collector, Jhunjhunu
The SDM, Chirawa
The Director, Animal Welfare Division
Book wild animal poacher, specimen manufacturers, traders and keepers in India:
Colleges and vocational institutes conducting experiments on animals as part of their curriculum without following the norms will soon face action.
The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests organised a two-day workshop to collect inputs to frame guidelines regarding inspection of the institutes conducting experiments on animals. A training programme was organised for the participants to conduct inspections of the institutes.
The workshop, organised by the animal division of the ministry on the campus of the National Institute for Welfare of Animals located in Sikri village, was attended by members of CPCSEA (Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments of Animals), a permanent body constituted by the central government under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal(PCA) Act,1960.
CPCSEA has been entrusted to take steps to ensure that animals are not subjected to unnecessary suffering.
Inaugurating the workshop, Anjani Kumar, director and member secretary of CPCSEA, Ministry of Environment and Forests, said the recommendations made by the experts would form inputs for the proposed guidelines which would be applicable on institutes throughout the country.
According to him, the workshop also deliberated and suggested measures to make the functioning of the Institutional Animal Ethics Committee (IAEC) in the institutes more effective. It was mandatory on the part of the institutes imparting education in life sciences and related experimentation on animals to constitute their own animals ethics committee, as per the Act.
Complaint has been lodged with the SHO, Rewari Sadar bearing no. 9, Book No. 12 dated May 23, 2012 but SHO failed to lodged FIR against all offenders including poachers, wild animal specimens manufacturers, traders and keeper RC Green Fields School, Gangayacha Jat, Rewari. As per the orders of the Government of Haryana, Haryana Police is also empowered to investigate the crime against wild animals and investigator not below the rank of Sub Inspector, where as SHO passed buck to the District Wild Life Inspector instead of performing his official duties as reported by his subordinates. The UN affiliated OIPA chapter in India have issued notice to the Chief Wild Life Warden, Haryana under section 55 of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972.
It would be pertinent to mention here that the CBSE issued circular No. 72/10 to all affiliated Schools to surrender the scheduled wild animal specimens before the competent authorities, where as the Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) also gave opportunity to declare the wild animals trophies in 2003 and recovered scheduled wild animal specimens were not declared before the competent officials.
Hence you are humbly requested to direct the SHO, Rewari Sadar and Wild Life Inspector, Rewari to perform his official duties and take strict departmental action against him.
To,
1. The Chief Wild Life Warden, Haryana
2. The Director General of Police, Haryana
3. The Deputy Commissioner, Rewari
4. The Superintendent of Police, Rewari
5. The DFO, Rewari
6. The Wild Life Crime Control Bureau – WCCB
7. The Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 55 OF THE WILD LIFE PROTECTION ACT, 1972.
Greetings,
Please find attached here with the copy of the circular no. 72/10 issued on November 9, 2010 to all CBSE affiliated Schools by the CBSE for further necessary legal action and recovery of ban scheduled wild animal specimens from the illegal possession of all CBSE affiliated Schools and Educational Institutions in Haryana.
Kindly refer to the complaint lodged with the Rewari Sadar Police Station bearing No. 9, Book No. 12 dated May 23, 2012 along with the raids conducted on the Delhi Public School – DPS, Rewari and RC Green Field School, Rewari for the violation of the section 9, 39, 51 and 63 because many ban scheduled wild animal specimens like Owl, Hornbills, Hawk, Green Parrot, Pythons, Reptiles, fish etc were recovered, where as these recovered animal specimens were not declared under the Declaration of Wild Life Stock Rules, 2003.
Hence the UN affiliated the International Organisation for Animal Protection – OIPA www.oipa.org chapter in India placed this notice under section 55 of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 before all concerned authorities for further legal action against all offenders including poacher, ban wild animal specimen manufacturers, traders and keeper Educational Institutions / Schools.
It would be pertinent to mention here that this matter has been taken up with the office of the HE the President of India, Minister of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India), HE the Governor of Haryana, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana for further necessary directions to all concerned enforcement agencies, departmental action against all concerned field functionaries for not performing their official duties to protect wild animals and poor implementation of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972.
Sincerely yours,
Naresh Kadyan,
Representative of OIPA in India,
Founder Chairman, PFA Haryana,
Master Trainer, AWBI, C-38, Rose Apartment, sector-14, Prashant Vihar, Rohini, DELHI – 110085.
Where as OIPA in India taken up the scheduled wild animal specimen with the Birla Public School, Pilani in Rajsthan but the Chief Wild Life Warden of Rajasthan failed to perform his official duties, hence the Wild Life Crime Control Bureau - WCCB be directed to investigate above said matters at once, Naresh Kadyan have sufficient evidences and proof.

To,
1. The Chief Wild Life Warden, Rajasthan
2. The Director General of Police, Rajasthan
3. The Deputy Commissioner, Jhunjhanu
4. The Superintendent of Police, Jhunjhanu
5. The DFO, Jhunjhanu
6. The Wild Life Crime Control Bureau – WCCB
7. The Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 55 OF THE WILD LIFE PROTECTION ACT, 1972.
Greetings,
Please find attached here with the copy of the circular no. 72/10 issued on November 9, 2010 to all CBSE affiliated Schools by the CBSE for further necessary legal action and recovery of ban scheduled wild animal specimens from the illegal possession of all CBSE affiliated Schools and Educational Institutions in Rajasthan.
Kindly refer to the complaint lodged with the Chief Wild Life Warden of Rajasthan about the Birla Public School, Pilani for the violation of the section 9, 39, 51 and 63 because many ban scheduled wild animal specimens like tiger, Pangolin, Sihi, Seal, Conchs, Crocodile, Owl, Hornbills, Hawk, Green Parrot, Pythons, Reptiles, fish etc are being kept by them illegally in their bio laboratory, where as these scheduled wild animal specimens are not declared under the Declaration of Wild Life Stock Rules, 2003.
Hence the UN affiliated the International Organisation for Animal Protection – OIPA www.oipa.org chapter in India placed this notice under section 55 of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 before all concerned authorities for further legal action against all offenders including poacher, wild animal specimen manufacturers, traders and keeper Educational Institutions / Schools like Birla Public School, Pilani.
It would be pertinent to mention here that this matter has been taken up with the office of the HE the President of India, Minister of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India), HE the Governor of Rajasthan, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Rajasthan for further necessary directions to all concerned enforcement agencies, departmental action against all concerned field functionaries for not performing their official duties to protect wild animals and poor implementation of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 because as per orders of the Chief Wild Life Warden, Rajasthan some officials failed to recover the article due to incompetency.
Link for proof:
- http://www.bpspilani.com/schoolactivities.htm
Where as proof of burden on the accused not for the prosecution side and Birla Public School website, which is self explanatory about the illegal possession of many ban wild animal specimens and it is the duty of the Rajasthan Police along with the Wild Life officials to recovered the ban wild animal trophies, specimens. Please constitute the committee to conduct raids and under signed is ready to be a part of investigating team in the interest of public, animals as well.
It would be pertinent to mention here that all captive elephants are being controlled, abused by the ban iron ankush in Rajasthan violating the Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur Bench orders on the PIL moved by Naresh Kadyan.

Unskilled Wildlife official at Rewari are trying to hush up the matter providing safe passage to the offenders, we demands that seized species must be identified by the scientific Institute at Dehradun and all rest educational Institutions / School be raided in Haryana.

Birla Public School, Pilani in Rajasthan have many endangered wild animal species trophies and specimens in their bio laboratory like tiger, Pangolin, Crocodile, Seal and many more, where as these endangered wild animal species are not declared by them as per Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) Notification 2003 and proof of burden on the accused side as per the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972.
As per circular No. 72/10, which was issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education - CBSE to all affiliated Schools on November 9, 2010 to surrender all scheduled wild animal species but Birla Public School, Pilani violated all the instructions and law of the land.
Complaint was lodged with the Chief Wild Life Warden of Rajasthan and some officials were deputed, they inspected the site but they failed to perform their official duties, hence the UN affiliated OIPA in India demands strict legal action against poacher, trophies and specimen manufacturers, traders and keeper Birla Public School, Pilani for the violation of the different sections of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 confiscating the objectionable materials.
I further demands inspection of their ponds, where many scheduled animals species might be kept by them as pet.
To,
1. The Superintendent of Police, Jhunjhanu.
2. The Collector, Jhunjhanu.
3. The SHO, Police Station, Pilani.
Subject: FIR against the management of the Birla Public School, Pilani for the violation of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 read with the CBSE circular 72/10.
Greetings,
It has been learnt that Birla Public School, Pilani have many scheduled wild animal species trophies and specimens and some of them are kept in the bio laboratory in its premises. On my complaint some officials of the Rajasthan Wildlife Department have visited the premises but these officials failed to perform their official duties due to criminal conspiracy against wild animals.
Please find attached here with the photographs, which was downloaded from the Birla Public School, Pilani websites - http://www.bpspilani.com/schoolactivities.htm and scheduled one wild animals Snow Leopard, Leopard, Crocodile, Pangolin, Seal etc are clearly identified, where as proof of burden on the accused side as per the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 and many scheduled wild animal trophies and specimens were not declared as per Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) Notification 2003.
It would be pertinent to mention here that the CBSE also direct all its affiliated Schools vide circular No. 72/10, which was issued on November 9, 2010 (Copy attached for ready references).
Hence you are humbly requested to direct concerned Police officials to lodge FIR against the poacher, scheduled wild animal trophies / specimen manufacturers, traders and management of the Birla Public School, Pilani including:
COL V N. Ratnakar(Retd.), Director, BET
Dr. S. Venkateswaran, Vice Chancellor, BITS
Shri J.C. Pande, Dy. Director (G A),BET
Shri K.K. Pareek, Dy. Director, (Finance),BET
Capt. (IN) Alokesh Sen (Retd.), Principal, Secretary.


It is further requested to please direct the Investigating officer to confiscate all objectionable material scheduled wild animal trophies and animal specimens along with live scheduled animals from their illegal possession.
2012SPOLICE4586 dated May 26, 2012.

Hon'ble Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court and Supreme Court of India are humbly requested to treat it as public interest litigation - PIL because all the enforcement agencies are failed to perform their official duties in Rajasthan.
RTI petition moved:
To,
Dr.A.K Bhardwaj, Scientist ‘F’
Public Information Officer
Wildlife Institute of India
Chandrabani, Dehradun.
Subject: Information under RTI Act, 2005.
Greetings,
Please supply me the following information for the last ten years sent to WII by the field functionaries / enforcement agencies / Police:
1. List of wild animal, birds, reptile’s trophies / article received to identify their species along with the copies of report given by the WII.
2. List of Marine and Sea creatures / Conchs etc articles received to identify the category along with the copies of report given by the WII.
3. List of pending cases along with complete details about case no., article, trophies, specimens and sent by whom, why report is pending, how much time WII will take to prepare report?
The required fee Rs. Ten is being sent by post through IPO in favour of the Director, Wildlife Institute of India payable at Dehradun.
Sincerely yours,

Naresh Kadyan,
Rep. of OIPA in India – www.oipa.org
C-38, Rose Apartment, sector-14, Prashant Vihar, Rohini,
DELHI – 110085.
The Garhwali Officers Mess have many endangered wild animals trophies in their possession, WCCB failed to take prompt legal action against offenders and recovery of ban trophies, like wise against Birla Public School, Pilani.