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STRAY DOG MENACE: STOP BLAME GAME & BE REASONABLE

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I wonder how many of you would agree with me if I say Kerala has become ‘Dog’s Own Country’ for real!

I’m pretty sure that anyone who follows daily news, dare to take a walk leaving the safety of air-conditioned cars, have seen a person dies of rabies and have a tint of human love would agree with me. Besides the numerous stray dog bites on the streets, children have been bitten inside their nursery school, employee bitten on the first floor veranda of a bank; policemen bitten inside the police station, two-wheeler riders chased and killed in accident, etc. The examples are numerous, disturbing and a nightmare to ordinary public. Stray dogs have their staunch lovers to speak for. What about people?

Enough of debates have already been done! It is time to think logically, be reasonable and find a solution to this harrowing menace. One of the arguments stray dog lovers make is that the earth is not only meant for human beings, the stray dogs have a right to live. Yes, sure they do, and so do have people and priced domestic animals. Thousands of chicken, goats and cows die of stray dog bite. For a greater good it is justifiable to choose the lesser evil, right?

It was enlightening to read what GANDHIJI, the apostle of Ahimsa, wrote about stray dog menace and think it has high relevance in the present scenario. It has been recorded in history that a public controversy arose in Ahmadabad in 1926 when a textile mill owner killed around 60 stray dogs roaming on his mill premises with Gandhi’s permission. Numerous letters came to Gandhi questioning him for compromising his stance on ahimsa. As a reply he wrote in his journal ‘Young India’: “A STRAY DOG WITHOUT AN OWNER IS A DANGER TO THE SOCIETY AND A SWARM OF THEM IS A MENACE TO ITS VERY EXISTANCE. It should be a sin to feed stray dogs and we should save numerous dogs if we had legislation making every stray dog liable to be shot. Even if those who feed stray dogs consented to pay a penalty for their misdirected compassion we should be freed from the curse of stray dogs… To wait until they get rabid is not to be merciful to them… It is from this false feeling of compassion that we encourage himsa in the name of ahimsa…”

A year ago I took up this issue and filed a common cause petition in court, but no one took notice of it seriously then. Now the problem has multiplied and is rapidly getting out of control. In Kerala on an average over 100 people are bitten by stray dogs daily and the case is no different in other states, though hardly anyone reacts about it. In our country about 20,000 people die of rabies every year. About 2.25 crore people are bitten. While the victims mostly are ordinary people, the cost of anti-rabies injection costs from Rs. 16,000 to Rs.28,000. Dog bite wound treatment costs will run close to lakhs in some severe cases. It turns out to be a billion dollar business, and if people doubt the unholy nexus between the rabies vaccine companies and those who are adamant to keep stray dogs alive on streets, they can’t be blamed. If they are true animal lovers why don’t they have any problem when cows, goats or chicken are killed? Rule IV of the Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001 clearly describes the responsibility vested on local bodies to handle stray dogs, but sadly nothing substantial is being done about it. Crores of rupees are kept aside for the same but where does it all go? No one knows!

I have been posting news clipping on stray dog menace on my Facebook page on a daily basis voicing my stand on the issue. In the beginning there were many stray dog lovers expressing their divergent views boldly, and I silently welcomed it. But as time passed difference in views began to be expressed as shower of nasty abuses. When the general public expressed these dog lovers’ dubious intentions and possible shrouded connections with the rabies vaccine companies, slowly these ‘identified’ voices died down. Soon the ‘Boycott Kerala’ hate campaign was born, spreading lies and hatred, tarnishing the name of Kerala before the world. Of late no ‘identified’ persons come to express their divergent views, rather create fake facebook ids just to abuse and spread hatred. To these dog lovers, who don’t even dare to reveal their identity, this is what I’d like to say with respect: Let us face it with dignity. Come let us reason and find a solution to this problem affecting millions of ordinary people.

Earlier culling of stray dogs was a practice in Kerala, but since last 10 years it has been stopped, leading to the present scenario, because stray dogs multiply in geometric progression. That is, they give birth two times a year, 6 to 8 puppies in each birth. In time these puppies will continue the process. Stray dog lovers demand that the dogs should be castrated, vaccinated and left back to where they were caught from. They say, if it is continuously done for 15 years stay dogs will naturally vanish. But I don’t think the logic is right. The target of ridding streets off stray dogs won’t be achieved for a long time to come with sterilization alone. Should we let people and domestic animals be bitten that long? Let me ask, even if the dogs are vaccinated and sent back to where they were caught from, if one of them bites you will you take the risk of not taking anti-rabies injection? Is there any guarantee that these dogs won’t get affected by rabies again? Is there any way to identify the vaccinated stray dogs from non-vaccinated ones? Another argument is that stray dogs are multiplying because waste is strewn all over and that a solution to waste menace is to be found ahead of solving stray dog menace. Yes, waste is an issue that needs immediate attention. But if the dogs don’t find food to eat in the waste garbage what will they possibly do? In all probability, as you walk down the lane with food packets in hand you will be attacked. No chickens or goats will be left in your farm. They will soon encroach into your kitchen too.

Once in power, political ‘leaders’ sometimes become so arrogant that they spare no rod to mock the sufferings of ordinary people. When asked for a solution to stray dog menace one Union Cabinet Minister had this to say: “When dog chases, find a tree to climb.” Such a valuable suggestion indeed! Recently arrests were made on those who killed a few dangerous stray dogs. Calling for such an action the DGP said that killing stray dogs is an offence liable for prosecution, even as the Judiciary had clearly expressed that human life is more valuable and that dangerous stray dogs can be put to sleep. As per Section 428 and 429 of Indian Penal Code, action can be initiated against those who kill animals worth more than Rs.10, if the owner of the animal files a complaint. In the case of stray dogs, how much are they worth? Who is its owner? If it has an owner, aren’t they the ones to be prosecuted for letting them loose, pausing threat to life and property? Why is the DGP, who is responsible to safeguard people and their property, worried more about the welfare of stray dogs? While when other animals are found rabid permission is promptly granted to kill them, those very ‘animal lovers’ adamantly curb killing of rabid dogs. Isn’t it strange?

The need of the hour is not to discuss how to protect stray dogs or reduce its menace after 15 or 20 years through ABC programme, etc. What we need is an immediate solution, for which, I believe, sheltering, vaccination and sterilization and putting to sleep all the dangerous and rabid dogs in a painless manner are the way ahead. It is with this intention that I, with some likeminded ‘HUMAN LOVERS’ constituted the “Stray Dog Free Movement”, a society to help stray dog victims by way of financial aid for treatment, legal aid and for associating with local authorities as well as NGOs to build dog shelters.

In our pursuit of loving animals, let us not forget to love fellow humans, too..!

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28 Comments on "STRAY DOG MENACE: STOP BLAME GAME & BE REASONABLE"


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j.peter
2 years 5 months ago

I fully support this movement. salute to Mr.chittillappily. our society became too coward, due to sluggish judiciary with its illogic verdicts,impotent politicians, and selfish youth. Be brave . if the law cannot help society we should abolish the law.
and I came to know Jos maveli and his supporters heroic act.Elimination is the only way to reduce the number of stray Dogs This is the need of the hour.
who will decide the the stray dog is dangerous?, any guide line is there.

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RAZEEN RAFI
2 years 7 months ago

It is quite surprising and shocking that prevention of law against cruelty of animal was passed PCA 1960….its almost six decades this law was passed main fine amount was inr 50 which was hefty those days …this law was not amended after its inception.
This is why crime rates and criminal rates are increasing because of unchanged laws….

In foreign country there is separate department like police. Who will catch up stray dogs from street and put in a rehabilitation centre…

Secondly these animals live in a place where waste is not managed properly…we cannot find such disturbance in country where waste management is done in a professional manner….
Even we cannot find such issue in clean environment in our own state

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Boney G Mathew
2 years 7 months ago

I fully support this movement. Just a thought. The other day I was watching news, when a few people who were jogging as a group told the reporter that they are not comfortable jogging alone as the probability of them getting attacked(by dogs) is more when they are alone. It may not just be the companies which manufacture anti-rabies vaccine who are the beneficiaries, but those companies which manufacture medicines for other lifestyle related chronic conditions (hypertension, blood sugar, kidneys, heart, liver etc.). Not everyone can afford a treadmill at home.

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jose
3 years 22 days ago

ABCrule must be withddrawn.It is proved that this rule is ineffective to controle the stray dogs.Human right is above dogs right.Medical companies are getting crores and crores of rupees from poor people

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Preeti Sharma
3 years 1 month ago

I was relieved to learn of your stray dog movement. I have been fighting this issue in our gated, residential society where dog lovers rule. The guards are bullied to let stray dogs in and roam freely. They have bitten children, litter over the manicured lawns and bark the whole night. Any objection to the dogs, and the dog lovers breathe down their necks. This is private property, but the dogs have taken over and there is no way to be rid of them. This is a serious issue. It is a threat to human life, liberty and freedom, all granted to us by the Constitution of India. Yet, the law machinery refuses to work. I have written to the DM of the area, to the builder and even the National Human Rights Commission, but nothing has happened. Meanwhile, mothers are scared for their children, and Dog Lovers, they are having a blast with all the laws in their favour. Recently, one of the dogs bit a 7 year old boy. He was removed by the SPCA, but I was told he would be returned as changing his habitat would “disturb” the dog!! Suggestion for dog lovers – build a shelter, keep the dogs there, feed them, get bitten and no one will be disturbed.

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Saksham
3 years 1 month ago

When it comes to building shelters, vaccinations you are doing a good job, but your ideology that strays should be killed is totally rubbish. I agree some dogs do bite people, but then there are human murderers too. So does that mean we go ahead and kill all humans? Humans and animals were meant to live together. Just because humans are intelligent and can do whatever the fuck they want, doesn’t mean you go ahead and kill animals. No wonder you couldn’t be a scientist! Money and power is all you have. I wish you had some brains as well.

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Urvi Ganatra
3 years 4 months ago

Nothing can justify your mass killing of dogs. You are trying to prove stray dogs as the cause of all the human misery and let me tell you that you are literally misguiding people. Those poor animals are helpless and hence it is so easy for you to kill them and behave like a hero of the society. You are just taking advantage of their helplessness. There are many people who are trying to tell you the truth by trying to draw your attention towards the fact that you conveniently have forgotten about how humans themselves have made misery of other humans’ lives…For your information, let alone famine and other natural disaster, In God’s own country Kerala, yearly 4,000 road accidents happen which cause 40,000 injuries where people lose their vital organs…I would like to advise you to check your statistics…When we are travelling on the roads of Kerala, it feels like we are in some video games where we could have killed dozen times….why aren’t you encouraging mass killing of those people…Don’t you think making roads free of rash drivers would really help society lot more…Apparently, they cause far more deaths and injuries than dogs…but of course, you wouldn’t do anything there because they are beyond your power…Sir, please do some soul searching and you would not need to read these many comments to know that you are simply taking advantage of weaker, helpless spices for your personal ideology and belief..and let me tell you, IT WILL NOT MAKE THE SOCIETY A SAFE PLACE AS YOU ARE CLAIMING…you are no different from terrorist groups who kill innocent people for their own random ideologies, just that they are killing humans and you have chosen easier way killing dogs and worst puppies who can’t even speak about their sufferings…

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Rajan C Mathew
3 years 5 months ago

You have taken the pains to fight to end the the stray dog menace of Kerala and the country as a whole. Just as many others, I too support you wholeheartedly. The in-sensitiveness of the political bosses , the bureaucrats and the judiciary of the country makes us Indians ashamed of ourselves. Those misguided citizens who claim as animal lovers are in fact vested interest agents. I prefer to call them pseudo-peta-ns (Read: http://rajan-c-mathew.blogspot.in/2015/03/does-your-stray-dog-love-threatening.html ). Hope your efforts will eventually find success!

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George K Thomas
3 years 5 months ago

Hi all Dog lovers,

It has been very amusing to read all the justifications in favour for stray dogs but none for Human problems because of it.

Humans have a tragic tendency to give opnioin on all matters whether concerened or not and usually to part with politically right or the popular ideology rather than logic or rationale. This is more like an attittiude mix of puesdo responsibility and hypocrisy, every Indian sports it….

Anything that is a menace to the humanity and creates problem has always been contained by eradicating it.

I would want to ask these stray dog lovers (SDL) would you come out one fine day and fight against the polio vaccine and smallpox vaccine saying let the virus live ! The virus is also an organism like the dogs and should not be we giving it a chance to live ? They might even like to revive the eradicated Smallpox virus because it is also an organisam like the dog. Would the SDLs love the Ebola virus to be around ? and start a strike against droping the research for the eradicating it ? Should not we give a chance for Ebola too like the Stray Dogs even if it ran an havoc amidst our population ….

Eradication of Stray dogs and maintaining it is the only way out. If killing is a means to eradicate, so be it. Do the SDL keep a utopian hope of an Anti Stray Dog vaccine being developed in the near future !!! ?

If killing is abominable why don’t we capture all of these stay dogs and export to regions who feed on them, Kerala chicken market is fed by tamil poultry. Is this acceptable, ? again the SDLs would show red flag its just the puesdo responsibility and hypocrisy ……

The nexus of Antirabies vaccine companies and the various NGOs for animal welfare if explored would bring out the real picture and hypocrisy behind this STAY DOG LOVE.

I at my personal capacity would like to provide full support to the movement that Chittilapilly Koch Ouseph Sir has embarked on. In view of the threats he has received from Menaka Gandhi’s office I would encourage all of the sensible population to provide moral support to this humanitarian cause.

George K. Thomas
Cell : +919447457762

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Anonymous
3 years 5 months ago

Sir what are the steps you taken from your side instead of posting & voicing to media & government.

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DN
3 years 6 months ago

Dog is a domestic animal . But these days by eating garbage flesh , they have become more wild animals . Wild animals have no place in a human society , we don’t want see foxes hanging around in our back yard or streets . My advise for stray dog lovers is rather than just protecting and supporting them with words please come out as a group of like minded people and engage in collecting this wild dogs and just drop them to the forest , kerala is blessed with lot of reserved forest and they can enjoy there wild nature and we humans can walk with great security . The other option is the dog lovers can chase our useless Gov to take similar steps .

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Hitesh Shah
3 years 6 months ago

EXCELLENT INDEED IS YOUR SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS,SIR. I AM TOTALLY IN TANDEM WITH YOUR THOUGHT LINE EXCEPT FOR THE KILLING ASPECT OF IT.

OFCOURSE DANGEROUS DOGS HAVE TO BE REMOVED FROM OUR DAY TO DAY LIVES BUT SIR,THE MOMENT YOU GIVE PERMISSION TO LAY TO REST THE DANGEROUS ONES EVEN THE NON DANGEROUS ONES WILL BE LAID TO REST.IT WILL BE LIKE A UNILATERAL UNREVOKABLE LICENSE TO KILL.

OF COURSE HUMAN LIFE IS A MILLION TIMES MORE VALUABLE BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN WE ONLY HAVE THE RIGHT TO LIVE.IT IS WE WHO HAVE CREATED THESE DOG HABITATS AND DOMESTICATED THEM.

MENTAL PATIENTS WHO ARE SERIOUSLY ILL AND CAN CAUSE HARM TO FAMILY & SOCIETY ARE RESTRAINED IN A MENTAL ASYLUM BUT ARE NOT KILLED EVEN FOR MERCY’S SAKE..WHAT GOOD DO THEY SERVE BY BEING ALIVE??BUT STILL WE KEEP THEM ALIVE RIGHT !?

EVEN FROM A PRACTICAL POINT OF VIEW KILLING IS NEVER A SOLUTION.WHAT IS THE GUARANTEE AFTER KILLING EACH AND EVERY STRAY DOG, THERE WON’T BE ANY NEXT YEAR…IS IT LIKE THE SMALL POX DISEASE THAT YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO ARREST THE VIRUS AND NOT LET IT MULTIPLY…ONE PET DOG LOST INTO THE STREET AND THERE STARTS ITS MULTIPLICATION….

THE ONLY WAY IS SHELTERING ALONG WITH STRINGENT ABC PROGRAMME. PLEASE DO NOT SEEK LICENSE TO KILL..THAT’S ALL.

NEVERTHELESS I HAVE BEEN A BIG FAN OF YOURS AND IT WAS MY IDEA TO BRING YOU TO THE SECOND AND MOST POPULAR SESSION OF OPEN FORUM AT KCCI-YOUTH FORUM.I AM THE CONVENER OF OPEN FORUM AND THE SAME PERSON WHO ASKED YOU THE QUESTION ABOUT YOUR KIDNEY DONATION.

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CHARLY GEORGE
3 years 6 months ago

“From the fullness of the heart the mouth speaks”. When Mr. Kochouseph Chittilappilly speaks, I for one am sure that he is speaking what he believes in, no strings attached. Sir, you have only worked for the up-liftment of the downtrodden masses and noble social causes, be it stopping the Nokku Kooli menace, or the frequent road side strikes in Kerala. When I organised the Organ Donation acceptance drive camp last month, I realised that by donating your kidney when you are still alive, you have shown the world that you preach what you teach. Nobody, I repeat nobody can deny that. Thanks to your sincere efforts in this field that the people are now aware and have got the relevant exposure when it comes to Organ donation. This was not the case a few years back!
Coming back to the stray dog menace, I have been personally bitten by a stray dog while I was in Mumbai and we all know that this problem is just increasing over the years in Kerala and other parts of India.
I, along with my friends and my family members hereby give our full support for tackling this stray dog menace.
We have decided to come out along with you for the day long hunger strike on the 25th of October 2015 to show our solidarity with this movement. Go ahead, Sir!

Charly George
Poomala

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Madhu Ganesh
3 years 6 months ago

Mr. Chittilappilly…you never responded to any of the comments that I have made on your blog or ever responded to my emails (which you may or may not have seen) with my email address. You conveniently look only at the abuses hurled by some abusive animal lovers..Never did you make any comment about the abuses vice-versa. Now you yourself are alluding in a sly manner about unholy connections between vaccine companies and animal welfare organizations (not directly accusing…very smartly) You silently instigated people to kill dogs without ever calling for it overtly…But by publicly abetting a crime with a reward, you overstepped the line. Name calling, Abusive language, Sweeping generalizations will only vitiate the situation..No solution will arise..Just pandemonium will result. And that is what the masses will do.on both sides of the table. With a 1 billion population, there will be enough of them on both sides to undo any good work. A responsible person like you I hoped will not resort to that. As for the solution to the problem, please read what I wrote before if you have the time and the inclination and then respond. There is no instant solution to a problem created over decades. Roads, traffic violations, road accidents, famine, population explosion, polluted air, polluted water bodies, are all similar problems..No instant solutions..

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Sheen Mathew
3 years 6 months ago

Here we are talking only about stray dog menace which is affecting kids, women and common man who travel not in vehicles. Mr Madhu, this is not a forum to express all your social concerns. Don’t try to beat the bush. It is fine if you can’t support, but don’t bother someone from doing a great deed FOR THE SOCIETY

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Madhu Ganesh
3 years 5 months ago

Sheen Mathew…me too talking about it…and have written about it. and how what he is doing is not the right way…

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Anonymous
3 years 5 months ago

Sheen Mathew…me too talking about it…and have written about it. and how what he is doing is not the right way…

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Soma K.
3 years 6 months ago

I thought you wanted to hear from genuine people who are against indiscriminate killing of stray dogs, people who do not make any profit from pharmaceuticals who produce the anti rabies medicines, people who dare to name themselves. I am one such person and presented some genuine scenario and suggestions but my comment was deleted from your website. I believe your websites are only for people who think the only solution is mass extermination. Well Sir, men are the perpetrators of all wars, rapes, most domestic violence, drunken violence, and all sorts of perversions. No woman or girl child is safe anywhere, at home, school, on the road, in the taxi….what is your advice Sir? Mass extermination, indiscriminate killing????

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Sheen
3 years 6 months ago

Soma, this is just about the issue of stray dogs biting common people. I am a common man from Kerala. Wars, domestic violence, Why you talking unrelated stuff here?

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Soma K
3 years 6 months ago

I am touched and moved by the magnanimity of Mr. Chittilappaly and the lofty ideals of his friends regarding street dogs. But I have one small question, did mass murder of any species ever solve a problem? Sir you seem to have a lot of money to spend and doing good is what you have at heart. Why not use your money and clout to prod the Kerala government to solve the garbage problem (which give rise to the increasing population of street dogs)? Implementing the ABC programme will definitely bring down their numbers drastically. Rehoming the puppies and dogs instead of killing them is a solution. Indian dogs are much more hardy, loving and very good watch dogs compared to pedigree dogs who are expensive, high maintenance and sometimes very aggressive. I have 5 dogs. Two are pedigree and 3 are street dogs, all share the same comforts and facilities. I and my family members have been bitten by one of the pedigree dogs many times but never by any street dog (I have worked with street dogs very closely for many years). Implementing compulsory registration, immunization and neutering of house dogs, electronic tagging of all house dogs, levying heavy fine and penalty for abandoning house dogs should be done. The street dog population increases when house dogs are abandoned. Other regular habits of the local people here is never neutering house dogs, abandoning (non pedigree) female dogs when they get pregnant and letting un neutered male dogs to run free, who may impregnate female street dogs. Sir, I request you to look into these matters, they will be more fruitful in the long run instead of indiscriminately killing all street dogs. All street dogs are not rabid and aggressive, just like all snakes are not poisonous and all humans are not mass murderers and psychopaths. About the street dog attacks being reported, some do happen (all my sympathies for the victims, I have first hand experience of dog attack), but most dog bite cases are by house dogs or abandoned house dogs. The vernacular media report all of them to be street dog attacks.

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Jacob Mathew Alemkunnapuzha
3 years 6 months ago

Why elected people representatives of the central government is after the welfare of animals like dogs and cows; why can’t they give a little more importance to the life of the citizens who has elected them to their current leadership posts? Be rationale and DO NOT pass your valuable time just for seeking attention to the protection of animals only…

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Anonymous
3 years 6 months ago

I am not sure why the Gov. is turing a blind eye to this menance,I fully suppport your view on reducing th menance over a period of time and as permanent solution. Please let me if I cn of any hep as I am woking in amiddle easetern country.

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Anonymous
3 years 6 months ago

Now with elections round the corner various smiling faces with pure white Tinopal,Ujalla treated cloths and big Bindis on the forehead, appear on our door steps regularly.No one ever have given a manifesto/ a concrete plan to eradicate stray dog ,and waste disposal problem.When we have enough forest land for encroachment ,empty granite quarries impregnated with thick layer of plastic,can be filled with degradable food waste items.Soil to be filled and when it is full trees to be planted in this area.This should be the contractors responsibility to fill up the area as it is usually filled with water for children to get killed and breeding place for mosquitoes .Also plastic to be separated and the plastic manufacturers should take away the used plastic for recycling.
The dog lovers including the Union Cabinet Minister must pay compensation for dog bite people.

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MINISAJI
3 years 6 months ago

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Zac (Zachariah Mathew)
3 years 6 months ago

I have been putting in my views on many of your post on Facebook.

I have started to think that now it’s no one else to blame but us the common citizens because the authorities have not done anything to curtail the menace. This is killing innocent people adults and kids alike and now the numbers are to large to keep quite and do nothing.

If it was something that was harmless and something that wasn’t taking lives I would be against taking law into hand. But now the authorities are doing nothing. So to safeguard our basic life I say we should kill the stray mad dogs.

Those who care about those dogs, can take them home and feed them.

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Drisya N C
3 years 6 months ago

True said, sir.. It is very dangerous situation. Street dogs are increasing day by day. Union cabinet minister gave a very “valuable” suggestion. Find a tree to climb when dog chase. What reply we will say to that cheap or such sarcastic suggestion. She don’t know that situations around common people. She has security and hi-fi lifestyle to protect her own life. She may not even see a dog in front of her to understand such a dangerous situation. The people who responsible for safeguard the life of common people ignored and followed the dogs to protect their life. What is hatred situation? Who to oppose against the highest powers in the society? Everyone have to bear it..

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Varghese Chakkalakkal
3 years 6 months ago

Dog love is partly political, partly business, partly social, partly psychological, partly publicity, …. (and you can add more if you are for a research) involving some selective likes and selective hate,….. It is a business worth Rs.800 crore, 37 lakhs pet shops (450 shops in Delhi alone). Taking these statistics you can calculate the direct and indirect economic, social, political, pharmaceuticals, medical, health service and other activities of these dog love ………….

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Krishna Kumar
3 years 6 months ago

Even after running the Animal Birth Control programme (ABC) for many years, the stray dog population is increasing in every city in India. That shows the sterilization plan is not effective to control the stray dog menace. More than four million people were bitten by stray dogs in India in 2014. Thirty five thousand people were killed by stray dogs in India in 2014. The cities and towns in India have millions of dangerous stray dogs and the life of people are in danger. Stray dogs kill children every day in the small towns in India. We request the governments to take action and relocate all stray dogs to the shelters or to the forests so that the people are safe in the towns and cities. Read this page to know more about the stray dog menace in India..
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