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Cruel Sheep transport under Army supply cover - Naresh Kadyan

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Published on 16 Oct 2008

Representative of OIPA in India Naresh Kadyan, Chairman - PFA Haryana handed over two trucks along with 190 sheep's in each truck & these animal were shifted from Delhi to J&K for slaughter purpose under Army - Military supply cover where as these animals would be killed for consumption of local meat markets in J&K.
As per the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 :-
1. Violation of section 3 because owner of the animals can not transport animals like this & responsibility fixed on the owner of the animals.
2. Violation of the section 11 - No one can transport animals like this 190 in double decor position against 40, responsibilities be fixed on the owner of the animals & vehicle as well,other persons also be hold guilty including drivers & attendants along with purchaser to promote animal cruelty read with 120-B of the Indian Panel Code being an organized crime against animals -Punishment of criminal conspiracy.
3.Violation of the 279 IPC - Rush driving or riding on a public way.
4. Violation of the 428 IPC - Mischief by killing or maiming animal of the value of ten rupees, 429 IPC -Mischief by killing or maiming cattle etc of any value or any animal of the value of fifty rupees.
As animals are being shifted in a very cruel manner under very heavy stress, pain, injury & death even.
5.Violation of the section 38 of the P.C.A Act, 1960 as under this authority central Govt. made the rules - Cattle transport rule 1978 amended in 2001. As per the provisions made under section 96 - 97 'a certificate should be obtained from the Chairman, Animal Welfare Board of India before transportation', NOBODY CARES.
6. Violation of the Delhi Police Act, 1978 if a crime commuted in Delhi jurisdiction or any other law / rule made out by the state Govt. being an animal as state subject.
7. Violation of the section 29 of the P.C.A Act, 1960 being an second offense, animal should be forfeited to the Govt. / Power of court to deprive person convicted of ownership of animals.
8. As per section 35 of the P.C.A Act, 1960 - all animals to be kept in a Infirmaries during court trial but Haryana Govt. failed to maintain Infirmaries as per High Court orders.
In this case SHO, Rai failed to lodge an FIR as OIPA / PFA Haryana lodged a complaint & animals were downloaded in the Police Station campus but with the help of Haryana Police, all animals were reloaded in a same cruel manner & then released, reasons told that this is army supply, OIPA / PFA Haryana strongly opposed the Police decision because Police have no authority to do so with out any court orders - let the court decide not Police, this illegal act of Haryana Police put big question mark on the integrity of the Police officials concerned & we demand legal action against tainted police officials also as Army - Indian Military also have no right to violate the law of the land, if animals are being shifted to Army then it is the responsibilities of the supplier because during transport animals are not a property of Indian army & army have no right to violate animal related laws, where as OIPA / PFA Haryana also cought 4 trucks carrying animals from Delhi to J&K / FIR was lodged with the Police Station, Pipli in Kurukshetra District / all animals were downloaded in a Gaushala at Taravadi in Karnal District. SHAME on the working of the SPCA Delhi / Delhi Police as daily 12768 vehicles carrying animals like this coming to Delhi / crossing Delhi / going out from the Delhi, SHAME on Haryana Police as they failed to stop the animal cruelty in their state as well, all relevant Govt. are responsible for heavy revenue loss fifty lacs per day which they have lost due to their non-functioning to stop the animal cruelty & they were entitled to charge as a fine.

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