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Petition filed in Kerala High Court against the decision to ban pets

The Public Curiosity Litigation (PIL) moved by People for Animals (PFA) states that “such associations could not body bye-laws or amend them in a fashion completely different from the legislation of the land, A call to bar residents of a number of housing societies, residence associations and RWAs from maintaining pets of their houses has been challenged by an animal welfare group within the Kerala Excessive Courtroom, even by acquiring consensus or an absolute majority. , which has argued that banning pets "illegal, arbitrary and unfair" was.

In its petition, filed by way of advocates KS Hariharaputran and Bhanu Thilak, the PFA stated it has to file an attraction in opposition to the ban imposed by numerous residence associations, housing societies and residents welfare associations throughout the state to pet homeowners/pet mother and father. There have been many complaints from PFA additional argued that below the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, "It is an offense to leave a pet without any reasonable cause and under no circumstances is it likely that the pet will be in pain due to hunger or thirst".

The petitioner group stated that the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) issued pointers in 2015 advising pet homeowners to make sure that their pets don’t trigger bother to others, but in addition clarified That there ought to be no stress of any sort from any supply. Abandoning pets and doing so is a violation of the legislation.

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