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I went out for a drink with my friend Mayank at select city walk . Once I reached near cafe UNO I was greeted with a gory site of a dead dog and blood all over the place coming out of its mouth. After I made people aware of the situation some things have move forward. Wth the help of People like Ms Ambika and friendicoes were able to contact citywalk's management.

Now we have come to learn that the dog was hit by a car. If only we could have got the car's number we could have taken legal action against whoever the stupid ignorant person is.

If anyone atall knows the car number of the jackass who did this and then drove off even without trying to save the dog please let us know. Thank you

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URGENT
 
Please read the mail that I'm forwarding to you - the mail that the Chairperson of the AWBI sent to the C.E.O. of Delhi Jal Board today. Also attached is a scanned copy of the letter that was sent by the AWBI to the C.E.O. of the Delhi Jal Board.
 
11 dogs were killed in a horribly shocking, cruel fashion - the mail and the letter say it all. They were cut and chopped, pierced to death in the Delhi Jal Board office of lajpat Nagar.
 
I am lodging a complaint with the Police Station Lajpat Nagar tomorrow.
 
Rgds
 
Anjali

please check photos attached it has the letter and story of what happened.
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JIVABANDHU Phone 044-2445 4958

044-2445 4935

Fax 044-2445 4330

ANIMAL WELFARE BOARD OF INDIA

(Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India)

Post Box No. 8672

13/1, Third Seaward Road, Valmiki Nagar, Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai - 600041.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. website:www.awbi.org

zs" April, 2010

D.Rajasekar, IFS

Secretary

Under Speed Post A.D.

To

The Managing Director

Electrosteellntegrated Ltd.

G.K. Tower

19 Camac Street

Kolkata 700017

The Managing Director

Electrosteellntegrated Ltd.

801 Uma Shanti Apartment

Kanke Road

Ranchi-834008

Jharkhand

Mr. Satendra Singh, I.A.S.

The Deputy Commissioner of Bokaro

Camp"

Bokaro Steel City

District Bokaro

Jharkhand

Sir,

The Animal Welfare Board of India has received shocking complaints to the effect that

barbaric animal cruelty is being routinely practised by the employees of Electrosteel

Integrated Ltd., in gross and blatant violation of the animal welfare laws of India.

As per the complaints received from horrified locals, your Chinese / Korean employees are

paying villagers at Bokaro district of Jharkand sums that seem princely to the poor villagers,

to capture stray dogs
for them to eat! The villagers are paid Rs. 200/- per 'piece', i.e. per

stray dog that is captured; and the dogs are then killed in the most brutal manner possible,

probably because the Chinese/Koreans in your employ feel that 'the greater the cruelty, the

tastier the meat'. Apparently, these hapless animals are thrown into vats of boiling water,

and die the most agonizing deaths possible. After they have suffered horribly and died, they

find their way onto the plates of the employees of Electrosteellntegrated Ltd.

Vide this communication I wish to emphasize to you, so that you may in turn share with

your employees, that in India we do not have any practise
of eating anything at 01/ that
moves. Dogs are not eaten in this country. Further, that it is not open to all and sundry to go

on animal killing sprees. Slaughter is permitted only in accordance with, and in the manner

permitted by the Slaughter House Rules; and perpetration of cruelty in killing, whether

for food or otherwise, is not permitted, and will not be tolerated.

In fact, as per Indian law, street dogs cannot even be displaced, let alone killed. They can

merely be sterilized in the manner envisaged in the Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001,

vaccinated, and then returned back to their original locations.

You may also note, animal cruelty is an offence - under Section 11 of the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals Act, and Section 428 of the Indian Penal Code - punishable with

imprisonment and fine. You may therefore ensure that your employees restrain

themselves, and refrain from indulging in uncivilized, barbaric and unlawful activities and

practises.

A copy of this communication is also being marked to the Deputy Commissioner of Bokaro,

and the DIG {Police}, for information and necessary action.

I also take this opportunity to caution you and your employees that if they do not desist,

and stop the killing immediately, the Animal Welfare Board of India shall be constrained to

take recourse to legal action, both civil and criminal, to obtain redress.

For the Animal Welfare Board of India

Copy to:

The DIG (Police)

Bokaro Steel City

District Bokaro

Jharkhand