Support Draft Animal Welfare Act, 2011 in India - Naresh Kaiyan
  • Petitioning Hon'ble Minister for Environment and Forest

This petition will be delivered to:

Hon'ble Minister for Environment and Forest
Hon'ble Speaker Lok Sabha
Hon'ble Vice President of India
Chairman, State Committee for Slaughter Houses (Govt. of Haryana)
Director - AWD
Rajya Sabha Committee on Petitions
HE President of India
Secretary to the Ministry of Environment and Forest
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Official Spokesperson
Hon'ble Prime Minister of India
President, BJP

Support Draft Animal Welfare Act, 2011 in India - Naresh Kaiyan

    1. Abhishek Kadyan
    2. Petition by

      Abhishek Kadyan

      Delhi, India

The Ministry of Environment and Forests invites comments on the Draft Animal Welfare Act, 2011. This legislation, which will replace the existing Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960, will provide for enhanced penalties and clearer definitions of animal abuse. Comments on the same can be sent to animalwelfareact2011@gmail.com by the 20th of March 2011.

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    • Anke Hagen GERMANY
      • 9 days ago

      I speak for those who have no voice.

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    • Rebecca Arnoldy MINNEAPOLIS, MN
      • about 1 year ago

      Your country is one of the worst when it comes to animals and abuse! Sign the act NOW!!!

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    • Meher Turner MUMBAI, INDIA
      • about 1 year ago

      Animals are most precious and their rights should be protected and culprits penalised heavily to deter them from animal abuse.

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      • over 1 year ago

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