11 Street Dogs ‘allegedly’cut & pierced to death: Protest on 7th May’10 at Delhi Jal Board Office in Lajpat Nagar, Delhi

Take Action:

Protest tomorrow i.e 7th May, 2010 (Friday) by animal activists and concerned citizens at 3.30 pm at Delhi Jal Board Office – located at Jal Sadan, Opposite MCD Building, Shiv Mandir Marg , Near Jal Vihar Terminal at Lajpat Nagar-II, Delhi.

This is to demand strong action against those employees/people who are suspected to have rounded up 11 street dogs within the Delhi Jal Board compound and mercilessly cut and pierced them all to death.

Be there!

This gory incident is believed to have transpired in broad daylight on Sunday the 2nd May, 2010, between 2 to 3pm.

For more details of the incident, please click on the thumbnails below to enlarge the copies of the self-explanatory letter sent by Maj Gen (Retd) Dr. Kharb, Chairman AWBI on 5th May, 2010  to the CEO of Delhi Jal Board.

To prompt the officials into taking stern action against the perpetrators of this crime, you can write letters of strong protest to Mr. Ramesh Negi, the C.E.O. of the Delhi Jal  His e-mail address is ceodjb@hotmail.com – and shame him into taking action.

His mailing address is :

Shri Ramesh Negi,  Chief Executive Officer

Delhi Jal Board,

Varunalaya, Phase II, Karol Bagh,

New Delhi-110005

Please mark copies to:

Mr. B.P. Saraswat

Executive Engineer, South IInd

Delhi Jal Board, Jal Sadan Building ,

Near Shiv Mandir, Lajpat Nagar

New Delhi

&

The S.H.O.

Police Station Lajpat Nagar

New Delhi.


For the benefit of those who are unable to download/click open the above image files of AWBI’s letter, the soft copy of the mail sent by Maj Gen (Retd) DR. Kharb, Chairperson, Animal Welfare Board of India to to Mr. Ramesh Neg, CEO, Delhi Jal Board is pasted below:

5th May 2010

To,

Shri Ramesh Negi

Chief Executive Officer

Delhi Jal Board

Varunalaya

Phase II, Karol Bagh,

New Delhi-110005

(ceodjb@hotmail.com )


SUB:  SHOCKING BUTCHERY AT THE JAL BOARD BUILDING AT LAJPAT NAGAR

Dear Sir,

In my capacity as Chairperson of the Animal Welfare Board of India, a statutory body set up under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, I am writing to you to invite your attention to a shocking instance of butchery, and utterly brutal killings of stray dogs at the Jal Board office, Jal Sadan, Lajpat Nagar, on Sunday, the 2ndof May, a little after 2.00 p.m., that has come to light a little while ago.  As information filters out, several agitated residents of Delhi are calling me up and demanding that the perpetrators of the criminal acts be brought to book.

Apparently, on Sunday, the 2nd of May, 2010, between 2 and 3 p.m., when 4 (four) guards, including one Ram Kher, were ostensibly guarding the complex, and 12 (twelve) Delhi Jal Board staff, including one Rakesh, and one Ashok, were on emergency water supply duty, and therefore present at the complex, and some canteen staff were also present, 5 to 6 miscreants easily breached the security and entered the complex ! We have learnt that they were probably from the adjoining Vinoba Puri area. Despite the sensitive nature of the installation – a Delhi Jal Board installation – they were allowed to enter.   Thereafter, in connivance with the 4 guards on duty, and either some or all of the staff on emergency duty, the miscreants, and the guards, and some of the others brutally beat up and cut / chopped 11 community dogs (i.e. stray dogs resident at the complex), to a horribly painful death. Apparently, legs were broken, cuts were inflicted, and bodies pierced with bhalas and other sharp objects, before the poor, hapless animals died. Some dogs, in a desperate bid to escape, ran into the building. However, the guards, and some or all of the 12 staff of duty kicked and beat them out. They were then killed in the gruesome and horribly sub-human manner described above.

The Board has also learnt that thereafter, the flesh and some parts of the body of the poor animals that suffered and died were eaten/kept aside for eating later. Some animal remains were thrown into an adjoining area, and other remains and blood were strewn  over  the  place  at  that  time. What  is  shocking  is that  none  of the persons present called up the police, or even the Number 100, clearly demonstrating that they were all participating in the act. It was only yesterday, and today, that the other employees learnt what had occurred, and informed some Animal Welfare Organizations and the Animal Welfare Board of India.

The Board would have you know that animal cruelty is an offence – under Section 11 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, and Sections 428 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code – punishable with imprisonment and fine. The Animal Welfare Board of India shall of course be lodging a criminal complaint and taking legal recourse ; but I urge you as well to investigate, and take strong action against the employees who connived with the miscreants and perpetrated the heinous crime described above.

Please bear in mind that apart from the shameful slaughter of community dogs that the guards, and some/all of the employees present at the complex on Sunday, the 2nd of May, 2010, resorted to, a sensitive Jal Board installation was breached with impunity! The miscreants could have as easily mixed hazardous substances with water, leading to human casualties / illness.

What has occurred is serious enough to merit your intervention and strong action. Kindly do the needful, and please keep me informed.

Yours Sincerely

(Dr. R.M. Kharb)

Maj.Gen.(Retd.), AVSM

Chairman, AWBI

Copies to:-

Mr. B.P. Saraswat

Executive Engineer, South IInd

Delhi Jal Board, Jal Sadan Building ,

Near Shiv Mandir, Lajpat Nagar

New Delhi

&

The S.H.O.

Police Station Lajpat Nagar

New Delhi.

31 Comments on “11 Street Dogs ‘allegedly’cut & pierced to death: Protest on 7th May’10 at Delhi Jal Board Office in Lajpat Nagar, Delhi

  1. This is just to cruel to animals. I don’t understand people out in the world why they need to do this to innocent dogs~! Why they need to die like this? The all are living animals and have right to live in this eath. There is no way why we human need to treat them like that. I think people must be so bored .. they just don’t have nothing else to do .. beside killing innocent animals~ The world need to have some heart with animals and take care of them. It’s really sad how they all die like this~ REALLY REALLY SAD!!~
    They are all my friends and it’s hard to see thme die or treated like this`..
    LET’S PLEASE NOW GIVE SOME LOVE TO THEM AND BE NICE TO THEM!

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  2. This has been reported, noted, and the world is watching. Those murderers, abusers will do it again and again to animals and people and have no respect for life. they should be seriously punished for their crimes.

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  3. STOP criminal behaviour toward innocent beeings your country should protect . Show the world your culture by punishing peopkle who commits this horrifying actions.

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  4. Please work with animal welfare agencies for disease control and humane population control that is very effective. Educate the public. If everyone works together animals will bring many rewards to our lives.

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  5. I would think, that the teachings of Gandhi would have penetrated in his home country, I wonder?

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  6. I can’t believe this would be allowed anywhere in the world. It is disgusting and outrages. The torment and pain must have been unimaginable. It is a fact how we treat animals is how we treat people. Please, do not let this horrendous crime go unpunished. Please do not let it happen again

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  7. What I’ve just read is absolutely horrifc and the culprits deserve a severe punishment!

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  8. I HONESTLY CANT BELIEVE THAT THESE MONSTERS(I CANT CALL THEM ANIMALS), CAN LIVE WITH THEMSELVES AFTER COMMITTING SUCH BRUTALITY TOWARDS ELEVEN POOR STRAY DOGS. WHAT ON EARTH DID THEY THINK THEY WERE DOING???? AND WHO KNOWS FOR SURE IF THE POOR BABIES WERE STRAY, I MEAN THEY VERY WELL COULD HAVE BEEN SOMEONES PETS THAT JUST WANDERED OFF!!!!!!!

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  9. This is SICKENING!
    It is not worthy of a nation with such great civilization and history and such an advanced religion!!!
    I love India, but cruelty beyond imagination like this ruins it!

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  10. stop the sickness and cruelty in this world, if they do this to animals, next will be humans. there need to be laws and strick punishment for these horrific acts!

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  11. How can people be allowed to do this type of cruel and inhumane torture to live animals? They should be severely punished, loss of jobs and prison time. Time to think of what they did, and how wrong it is.

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  12. this is unfair and sick!!!!!!!those people need to be punished and this kind of thing need to be stopped

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  13. Stop all acts of barbarian cruelty against innocent animals! That kind of stupid sick disgusting people who commited such horrible acts deserve death-warrant immediately without no mercy!

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  14. Stop the brutality. The world is watching and your economy will suffer until you end acting like savages.

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  15. Shame some have to blame India for the actions of a few of it’s citizens. Many other countries do this sort of atrocity for sport culture and many other excuses. For example the Spanish cut and stab bulls for fun, the Americans abuse cows in Rodeo abuses wild horses by government dictate, the Canadians club baby seals to death, the Chinese boil cats alive, Denmark has animal brothels for perverts to use, Koreans eat dogs many countries support fur farming vivisection and other atrocities against animals, the new UK Prime Minister fought his election campaign on repealing the anti hunting with dogs law that prevents foxes etc being torn apart by dogs for fun! So please when you criticise another countries animal welfare think what your own country may be doing or not! It is unfortunate that this cruelty in India apparently happened on official government property where the animals should have had sanctuary but blaming the Indian people is unfare when like most nations most people will not be doing these sort of cruel acts! Thus your remarks should be aimed at the perpetrators of this crime!

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    • Chris, I cannot agree more! What all humans of every nation does to innocent animals is beyond words. Yet what have they ever done to be treated in such disrespect & cruelty as such! It is time that we all look at ourselves & correct what we ourselves do that is not so ethical! And those responsible for this crime needs to be dealt with by authorities of that country!

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  16. India being the religious country and to know that they have people living there that can do such a cruel and barbaric act on innocent animals I am shocked. I am disgusted by this and I hope the authorities take strong action against the culprits, like a very long Jail sentence.

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  17. This is BULL SHIT!
    Please make sure the people that did this have the EXACT same thing happen to them!

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  18. Find Out who did it and punish the perpetrators with not death but a good saudi style public flogging of 1000 lashes each at the Jal Board office and show on all channels. Set an example of them !

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  19. I AM TOTALLY DISGUSTED AND WHAT AN EVIL AS WELL AS A VILE ACT THEY HAVE DONE. I HOPE TO GOD THAT THEY WILL BE PUNISHED PROPERLY AS THIS IS A DREADFUL UNNECESSARY ACT THAT THEY HAVE DONE. I HOPE TO GOD THAT THEY WILL DEFINITELY HAVE PAY BACK KARMA. I HOPE THAT THEY WONT DO THIS SORT OF THING EVER AGAIN BUT I AM HOLDING MY BREATH. OH MY GOD I HOPE ONE DAY MANKIND WILL DEFINITELY EVOLVE MUCH BETTER THAN THEY ARE NOW,

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  20. Nice. No wonder India is immersed in filth, poverty and ignorance. Mass Karma, its called. Let the whole country suffer for such heinous shameless acts.

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