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Cruelty Towards Animal Put You in Jail - Naresh Kadyan

Animals  (tags: animaladvocates, animalrights, ethics, crime, law, killing )

- 3408 days ago -
Please have a look, retired army person does not mean to kill the dog, local Police have to impose section 428 - 429 IPC upon the accused...we demand the review / amendments in the P.C.A. Act, 1960.

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Gloria F (1)
Monday January 26, 2009, 11:42 am
If you shoot at something or someone you must accept responsibility for trying to kill it. After all guns are designed to kill.

Patricia McCaskill (139)
Monday January 26, 2009, 12:20 pm
thousands of stray dogs in India. They will approach seeking food and yes companionship. Dogs are routinly poisoned in India by the hundreds and no one is punished. Sometimes it takes one small step and one person being called to answer for his actions to bring about a larger change. If the man has been unjustly treated I'm sure he will have his day in court. The dog has no such avenues.

Misti Blue (41)
Monday January 26, 2009, 12:25 pm
I agree Gloria. They are designed to kill, it's the humans that do the actual killing and must own up to the end result-punishment.

Sharon Ecker (4)
Monday January 26, 2009, 12:41 pm
I would have to agree with each and every one of you. But any one that harms an animal that we dont necisarily eat for food but kill for fun, needs to be put in jail.
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