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Animal rights activists protest against mass killing of dogs in Kerala

New Delhi: Animal rights activists Saturday staged a protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi against the culling of street dogs in Kerala. The activists demanded to immediately stop the killing of street dogs.

Asking for peace, the activists demanded the government to take action against the unauthorised killing of stray dogs. During the protest, one of the activists held a placard saying ‘Pehli roti gai ki, akhiri kutte ki’ (Serve first chapati to cow and last to a dog) — a common belief in Indian household.

Meanwhile In Kerala

In the latest, Kerala have been seeing mass killing of the canines owing to the increasing dog bites. People who are afraid of stray dogs are even feeding poison to street dogs to stop attack.

A video emerged from Kerala’s Kottayam district where the locals have beaten a dog to death saying that it attacked people.

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In this regard, the Kerala High Court on September 14 held the state government responsible. The HC directed the state government to refrain citizens to take law and order in their hand by stopping to kill animals.

It had also asked the police to take stringent action against the violators.

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