Kerala seeks permission from Supreme Court for dog hunting
Kerala seeks permission from Supreme Court for dog hunting: This year 1.21 lakh people were hunted by dogs; Dog registration is required in Delhi
The people of Kerala are troubled by the attacks of stray dogs. The state government has sought the Supreme Court's approval to kill dogs with violent tendencies and who have been exposed to rabies infection.
Local Self-Government Minister MB Rajesh said that a massive vaccination campaign for stray dogs would be conducted from September 20 to October 20. In Kerala, 8 lakh people have become victims of dog bites in 5 years. In the year 2018, 1,48,899, in the year 2019, 1,61,055, in the year 2020, 1,60,483, in the year 2021, 2,21,379 and this year only 1.2 lakh people have been bitten by stray dogs.
In Ghaziabad and Noida of Delhi NCR, the Municipal Corporation has issued several guidelines including imposing a fine of Rs 5000 for non-registration of dogs. Not registering will come under the category of crime. The registration process is online. It is mandatory to affix Anti-Rabies Vaccination Certificate in the registration. According to Alok Kumar, AOA Patron of Ghaziabad, 200 committees have implemented the guidelines.
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