Centre's Animal Ban In Circuses Backed By Animal Rights, PETA India

Every Adult's Childhood experience has this one thing is done. Visiting a Circus to see the wild animals perform funny and amusing acts...

Every Adult's Childhood experience has this one thing is done. Visiting a Circus to see the wild animals perform funny and amusing acts was in all our checklists. We as kids and the childhood times of now older generation did not go on without one visit to the circus. But things have changed now. The people of this generation are very much against cruel and painful acts against animals.

The Central Government has put forth a petition to ban animals from performing in Circuses. The Environmental Ministry has put this forth and is awaiting a go. This animal concerned proposal is being backed hugely by online petitioners, NGOs, Celebrities, and the Animal Rights Body PETA India.

Not only is India doing it now, but it is late in recognising the underlying issue. Other countries in the World have already banned the use of animals for amusement purposes. Austria, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Greece, Mexico and Poland are among the others who have banned their use.

If the proposal is passed then India would be among the sensible nations, who have taken the step towards teaching our younger generation how to treat animals. The petition was even signed by students from Mumbai's Ajmera Global School, Delhi's Vishal Bharti Public School and Chennai's German International School.

The PETA India's (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) Associate Director, Sachin Bangera has said, "It is never been clearer that the days of forcing intelligent, sensitive animals to perform confusing and often painful tricks for fleeting human amusement are numbered".

Environmental Ministry has invited open comments on this issue from various groups and has said, "India is poised to make a great leap to protect animals and every kind celebrity and youngster who teamed up with PETA, India, to help push this revolutionary legislation forward will be remembered on the right side of History".

Back in the year 2013, all the circuses were inspected by authorisation by the Government across India. 16 Circuses were inspected by expert teams and they revealed to us very harsh facts. Widespread abuse of common circus animals like Elephants, horses, birds and other animals was seen.

Often the instructors and trainers were in a drunken state, treating the animals roughly and beat them without any reason. There was documented evidence that the handlers used a sharp object to hit the animals, it is called 'ankuses'. Sharp metal hook on one of its end, it would even bleed the animals.

With no appropriate care, food and even sufficient water, not in a safe environment and surely not under a secure roof, the animals were most uncared for. Medical and veterinary assistance is another deprivation. This was since then handled with an iron hand by the officials. A bright day for caged animals is not so far.



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All India Daily: Centre's Animal Ban In Circuses Backed By Animal Rights, PETA India
Centre's Animal Ban In Circuses Backed By Animal Rights, PETA India
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