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Very useful information for all animal lovers.

The book ANIMAL LAWS OF INDIA is now available online for free atwww.unilawonline.com/animallaw , you can link to this address on your People for Animal website, so as anybody visiting your site can directly find any Act, Rule, judgment, etc..

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If you look at the press release you will notice that things are bad on both sides. There are dogs who are being tortured and then there are people who are also getting bitten. The biggest question is WHY DOES THE civic bodies of India always wake up when the situation is literally biting their rear end. If they would have gone through a proper ABC programme in due time both man and beast would have been able to sit safely and in peace but now that the dogs have become gangs and becoming violent everyone blames the dogs, no one thinks that because the civic body did not do a stitch in time they are unable to even stitch it with 9. Stray dog becomes a menace when we don't do our jobs as humans. Personally I have got all the dogs near my area sterilised. They are all so docile that they play with the colony children.

P.S: I was recently informed that many of the press releases are highly trumped up and false including many of the bite reports which are exaggerated. However I am still uploading them as it is. 
All related press release please download the zip file.

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Over one thousand people in India andaround the world have signed an online petition voicing their shock, disgustand moral outrage at the illegal, cruel and downright barbaric treatment of thedogs of Ahmedabad by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC). They have alsocalled for an immediate end to the persecution of Canadian animal activist LisaWarden, who, in an effort to put an end to the cruelty, exposed the barbarismto a wider audience through online video and social networking sites.

The AMC currentlyuses an extremely cruel and painful method – the dreaded iron tongs – to catchstreet dogs in Ahmedabad (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXdqO8Dd6kU).By their own admission, the AMC catches on average 150 dogs per day in thismanner. It is illegal under the laws of India to use inhumane methods to catchdogs.

The iron tongsare indeed cruel and inhumane. The tongs are in fact so injurious that up to50% of dogs caught with tongs die from internal bleeding. The tongs arepincers. They are applied to the dogs’ necks and abdomens and squeezed tightlyin order to get a grip on the dogs, pick them up, and load them into thedog-catching van. The ensuing pressure is so intense that it often piercesinternal organs and causes hemorrhage and death. Some dogs have their abdominalcavities torn open by the tongs.

Further, the dogs caught by the AMC arenot, contrary to the law, taken to NGOs for vaccination and sterilization.Instead they are taken to peripheral areas of the city and dumped, wherewithout food, water or shelter, and often badly injured from the catching process;the dogs are left to die agonizing deaths if they are not already dead (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jxr7lOebr_w).

What is even more senseless is that thishideous policy of torture, murder and displacement serves NO PRACTICAL RESULT.Dogs are territorial creatures. When dogs are removed from their locations,other dogs move into the vacated areas and fight to establish dominance. Peopleinevitably get bitten in the crossfire. As such, the practice of displacingresident dogs from their areas actually serves to put residents at increasedrisk of dog bite and rabies

The removal of dogs has never worked as adog population control policy. Even the highest recorded removal rates havefailed to check street dog populations. All removal and displacement does isopen up new habitat for other dogs to inhabit and repopulate. It is to that endthat the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Society for theProtection of Animals (WSPA) collaborated to produce a set of recommendationsfor dog population management in 1990. The recommendations advocate mass sterilizationand anti-rabies vaccination in lieu of mass killing for reducing dog populations.

In India, where tens of thousands of peoplestill die every year from rabies, street dog sterilization and immunization arethe only legal and the only effective methods of addressing the dog populationand the rabies threat. Any such program must be carried out using humanemethods.

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation isacting in contravention not only of the laws of India, but also the laws of humanconscience, which is all the more shocking as it is occurring in the land ofGandhiji, one of the greatest teachers of compassion the world has ever known.

The petition also denounces the brazen anddespotic targeting of Ahmedabad dog-lover and Canadian national Lisa Warden,who has been trying to convince the AMC since 2009 of the need to adopt aneffective, scientific, legal and humane dog population initiative. In responseto her efforts the AMC has revealed a dangerously anti-democratic andtotalitarian bent, by slapping her with a whole host of charges includingtheft, obstruction of public servants, extortion, misleading the public and a$2 million defamation suit. That such tyrannical methods would be employed bythe municipal authority of a modern city in 21st century, democraticIndia – a city that is seeking UNESCO world heritage status no less – is trulyshameful.

The petition’s signatories have demandedthat the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation immediately cease its illegal andbarbaric treatment of the city’s dogs, that it implement forthwith a masssterilization and anti-rabies vaccination campaign in accordance with thestandards set forth by the Animal Welfare Board of India and under thesupervision of this latter, and that it immediately drop all charges, bothcivil and criminal, against Lisa Warden.

The petition, signatures and comments canbe viewed at http://www.petitiononline.com/dogtruth/petition.html.