Formation of rules for dog breeders, pet shop and fish aquarium are dropped by the Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) - Abhishek Kadyan by nareshkadyan

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This is an alert for every one, who love animals and worried about their rights and welfare. The
Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) introduced draft rules / legislation’s for:

   1. The Animal Welfare Act, 2011 replacing toothless and ineffective the Prevention of Cruelty to
      Animals Act, 1960. As per information sought under right to information act, 2005 by the
      Media Adviser to OIPA in India Abhishek Kadyan. The UN affiliated OIPA in India and PFA
      Haryana pleased to know that this matter in under process. Click here for Draft Animal Welfare
      Act, 2011 http://www.awbi.org/awbi-pdf/draftawact2011.pdf
   2. Draft for Dog Breeding Rules 2010 Click here for Draft Dog Breeding Rules, 2010
      http://www.awbi.org/awbi-pdf/draftdogbreedrules.pdf
   3. Revised Draft Pet Shop Rules, 2010 Click here for Revised Draft Pet Shop Rules, 2010
      http://www.awbi.org/awbi-pdf/draftpetshoprules.pdf
   4. Draft Aquarium Fish Breeding Rules 2010 Click here for Draft Aquarium Fish Breeding
      Rules, 2010 http://www.awbi.org/awbi-
      pdf/Draft%20Aquarium%20Fish%20Breeding%20Rules%202010.pdf
       Like wise ban on Peacock feathers trade was also proposed by the Ministry, where as
       elephant has been declared as a national heritage animal of India but there are no
       rules and regulations framed by the Ministry to keep intact the heritage status of the
       elephant.
       As per advice of the Ministry of Legal Affairs (Govt. of India), the above said draft rules
       are dropped as stated above 2, 3 and 4. This is a shocking news for all animal lovers,
       where as puppy mills owners are feel pride to manage the Ministry of Legal Affairs but
       the UN affiliated OIPA in India and PFA Haryana strongly opposing the decision.
       Hence all interested people, organizations are requested to be united to fight against
       the decision of the Ministry of Environment and Forest (Govt. of India) and make
       pressure on the Animal Welfare Board of India – AWBI to support our movement.

       Naresh Kadyan / Abhishek Kadyan / Sukanya Kadyan.
       www.oipa.org and www.pfaharyana.in

								
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