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Animal rights activists resume feeding street animals in India, despite coronavirus lockdown

Mitesh Jain: Many local community animals have not got any food for nearly 48 hours. Now we have managed to resume this service which is due to compassion for all living beings.

VIJAY SINGH: With an urgent appeal of BJP party leader Maneka Gandhi calling it an essential service, many animal rights groups and activists have now resumed the feeding of local community dogs, cats… “Our NGO Animals Matter To Me (AMTM India) in association of Royal Canine group have decided to start supplying dog and cat food to animals in various parts of Mumbai. We have made four teams for this important work since many local community animals have not got any food for nearly 48 hours due to the curfew and lockdown,” said founder of AMTM, Ganesh Nayak…

Animal activist Mitesh Jain of Karuna Trust-Virar told TOI: “We thank Maneka Gandhi and AWBI for their initiative to make animal welfare work be observed as essential service. Due to the implementation of section 144 of CrPC, it had become very difficult for animal feeders and workers to come out of their houses and feed dogs, cats. Even our food supplies had become less. However, now we have managed to get over 2000 kg of rice and many packets of biscuits to resume this service which is due to compassion for all living beings”.  SOURCE…

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