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ANIMAL SAFETY

Animal safety is a social issue, as animals are also a part of our planet. In India, the animal safety Indian Penal Code (IPC) 1860 is the official criminal code of India which covers all substantive aspects of criminal law.

Section 428 and Section 429 of the IPC provides for the punishment for all acts of cruelty such as killing, poisoning, maiming, or rendering animals.

Killing, torturing animals is non-human and not legal in India. India has laws that help us protect animals from such things but, in recent years we have seen the mass killing of dogs, torturing of pets, raped animals news which is very shattering and shifts our mind to why is it happening? How can someone even have a thought like this?

Section 11of the Prevention Of Cruelty to Animals Act… It is a cognizable offense under Section 428 and Section 429 of the Indian Penal Code. People should remember these sections before committing any crime which includes animals.

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PETA ACT, 1960

PETA Act is an act for the prevention of cruelty to animals. It is an act that prevents cruelty to animals, causing pain and suffering to animals by some unkind people.

In, India during this pandemic and before that too there have been cases of dogs getting raped, mass murder, tortured. You might have seen videos circulating on social media and people think it is a cool thing to do. They do not fear. We at worldly voice want to ask the government why strict actions aren’t been taken on these cases. Our country has elaborate constitutional law to punish the person committing crime, we have every legal process and right, but why do we fail to punish those who commit cruelty to animals? These heinous crimes are helping in a country where we worship gods who have taken animal avatars why is it happening? What are we doing? And why?

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Yoshita Maurya
Student of psychology. Interested in esoteric things and art all over the world considers herself a humanitarian.

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