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Two new articles about CWG and dogs. One in HT which is a very nice one and one in TOI , very disapointing one.

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I have been very against the way CWG has been handled. We feel like a weaker China. Remove everything,kill everything, show the world we are great. Some people have been saying, so what? they are just dogs and beggars. Well to those people all I can say is GET LOST! If you dont have the heart to understand the way things are then you can die in a gutter for all I care. Hope one day you are kicked around for the FUTURE of this country. For the rest here are some non dog related issues on how the CWG is handling the people of Delhi.

 

 

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Dear friends,
 
please read the article attached. The Chief Minister of Delhi Mrs. Sheila Dikshit has expresseed her surpirse and disgust over the presence of dogs, amongst other things, when she visited the CWG village.
This statement comes as if she doesnt know the Delhi High Court order and the law pertaining to dogs in this state of Delhi.
If the top leader of a state is so CARELESS and IRRESPONSIBLE in making public statements then what would be the state of the entire ministry working under her.
 
We must write to her and remind her of -
 
1) The laws pertaining to dogs in DELHI.
2) Her role as a CM - scope of work, responsibilities and restrictions
3) What we feel as citizens over her loose statements.
 
The emails are given below -
Shri K.S. Mehra IAS Commissioner of the M.C.D.Town Hall, Delhi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Shri Rakesh Mehta IASChief Secretary, Delhi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
 
Smt. Sheila DixitThe Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
 
Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Dr. R.M. Kharb, AVSMChairperson of the Animal Welfare Board of India(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
 
thanks
 
Citizens For Animal Rights (CFAR),
New Delhi.