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As usual, jobless morons beat up good citizens who take care of animals. Seems there is no dearth of frustrated people on this earth who think this world only belong to them and they also like to take out their anger on creatures that cant fight back. Legal notices sent to them by Mr. Amit Chaudhery and his group of animal loving friends.

 

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HINDUSTAN TIMES LINK

The Uttarakhand high court declared the entire animal kingdom as a legal entity, which means animals can be represented by a custodian.

The Uttarakhand high court on Wednesday declared the entire animal kingdom, including birds and aquatic animals, as a legal entity having rights of a “living person”, a year after according the similar right to Ganga and Yamuna that was subsequently stayed by the Supreme Court.

A division bench of justices Rajiv Sharma and Lok Pal Singh said that in the past, various courts have given similar rights to corporations, Hindu gods, holy scriptures and rivers and in order to ensure the greater good and that to ensure the “greater welfare” of animals they need to be conferred with the status of “legal entity/legal person”.

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A SMART WAY TO ENSURE ANIMAL-FRIENDLY CITIES

 
 
 
A smart way to ensure animal-friendly cities

Animal Welfare Board of India’s primary task is to implement the Animal Birth Control Programme for dogs. This needs to be systematically implemented in a planned, phase-wise manner in each State

The Chairman, Animal Welfare Board of India, SP Gupta, did well to refer, at a Press conference on June 14, to reports that animals were being thrown out of Smart Cities, and say that the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) has taken the initiative to ensure that such cities were animal-friendly and did not remove animals that were an important part of civilized society. He reportedly further reasoned that if the Smart Cities plan could provide for parks, shopping complexes, residential and commercial areas, “then why should it not have place for animals?” Stating that animals had to live in the cities, Gupta added, “We will take stringent action” if animals were driven out “while establishing Smart Cities.”