Create a Public Registry for Animal Abusers in India - Sukanya Kadyan
Create a Public Registry for Animal Abusers in India - Abhishek Kadyan
Please ask Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI and Animal Welfare Division to Prepare Nation's First Public Database Tracking Animal Cruelty Offenders in the interest of animals because with out this database, all concerned enforcement agencies are failed to prove second offense against animals.
OIPA in India and PFA Haryana will appreciate if a website be launched for online registration crime against animals, updates as well till final judgements, said Sukanya Kadyan.
Matter taken up vide No. MOEAF/E/2011/00282 dated 18th July, 2011 via Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances and vide PRSEC/E/2011/11509 with the President of India's office by Naresh Kadyan, founder chairman, PFA Haryana and representing OIPA in India.
Please take the necessary steps to ensure a registry to identify animal abusers is put into effect. Animals and humans alike deserve your best efforts to keep them safe.
Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI is going to celebrate its golden jubilee but till date they never prepared a list of animal abusers in India, where as UN affiliated OIPA chapter in India along with the PFA Haryana are going to release a list of animal abusers in India on the eve of golden jubilee celebrations of AWBI. It is advised to AWBI:
1. Prepare and release a list of animal abusers - Souvenir.
2. All AWBI registered AWO's be asked to celebrate golden jubilee, adopting stray animals / on spot treatment to the animals in distress.
3. AWBI head quarter be shifted from Chennai to NCR.
4. Advertisement / donations / Event sponsorship and active participation - coordination required from the MNC's / Corporate houses.
5. Award / Recognition to the active and result oriented activist be given and funds be generated by the AWBI its own.
MOEAF/E/2012/00033 and PRSEC/E/2012/01840.
Article 51A (g) of the Indian Constitution define the fundamental duties : It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures, where as Member of Parliament (Both Houses) are not supporting animal related bills on the floor of the house and it can be treated as a breach of the oath taken by them.
So OIPA in India placed this appeal before the Election Commission of India to prepare guidelines not to accept nomination's from animal abusers, who wants to contest any election from Gram Panchyat onwards, like wise the Ministry of External Affairs is here by requested to declare animal abusers unfit for Passport.