Monday, May 26, 2014

Kerala, India, May 2014

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Government of India:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Government of Kerala:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Dear President,
Dear Excellencies,
Dear Ministers,
Dear Governors,
Dear Ministers,
Sir, Madam:

This state has become a large slaughterhouse for anything that is moving and not human.

For years, Kerala has been the scene of carnage of Stray Dogs, Turtles, Rabbits & Cattle being killed in the most gruesome manner, flouting every law in the book.

The government, local Environment & Forest Department and the representatives of the government entrusted with PROTECTING the wild life and animals are themselves flouting the laws.

This has got to stop.

The ILLEGAL act happens in the open in front of children, people and tourists.

The barbarism with which the people, government and everybody is KILLING, SKINNING ALIVE & TORTURING the poor animals is indescribable.
It has to be stopped.

The following links have proof enough to substantiate our claims :
Barbarism !
Horrors in India's Dairy Industry
Their Last Journey - Cattle trafficking to Kerala
Another recipe of the yummy Kerala Beef Fry. Served cruelly fresh on your regular Kerala roadside eatery. Fresh. Everyday.
Newscast videograb of cattle abused in Kerala in transportation before being slaughtered
LIVE Turtle shelled on a Kerala roadside

Kerala kills 500,000 dogs each year by poisoning them* on its streets to keep itself ‘stray dog free’.
And she does it every year from the beginning of tourist reason to the end of it so that the tourist see’s the squeaky clean ‘God’s Own Country’.

The dog catcher's are paid $1.75 (roughly 65 rupees) per dog they slaughter.

People have participated actively by choosing not to come to Kerala.

Tourists do not wish to participate in the needless, heartless slaughter of animals.

I agree completely with this complete boycott on tourism.

And this movement has to spread within the Indians too…it’s not just about foreigners.

This is the time for people to come together and stand for our helpless animals.

I ask you to condemn the vindictive acts which has taken a shape of amusement in Kerala.

Respectful greetings.

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