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A Kerala College Alumni Doles Out Air Guns To Kill Stray Dogs

07 Oct 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Kerala people are finding new and hideous ways to deal with stray dogs. It literally shocks our brain every time we hear their insane ways to tackle this stray dog problem. This time, an alumni association of a Kerala College doled out air guns to kill stray dogs. The astounding news further takes a new toll where this alumni association is actually offering discounts on air guns. James Pambakkal, the General Secretary of this association is giving 10% discount to those who are facing issues with the stray dogs.

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Adding on to this, people who have a police complaint against them for killing a stray are getting 25% discount. The first air gun was received by a social activist belonging to Ernakulam, Jose Maveli. He bought it on the inauguration and now is encouraging other students to kill stray dogs. He has managed to make few students pledge, which says, “God, protect us from stray dogs, give us the strength and courage to kill stray dogs, all stray dogs are dangerous.”

On the other hand, Jose Chittilapilly, a Kerala businessman is not very happy with Loknath Behera, state police chief said he will definitely take an action against those people who have killed strays. Behera mentioned “stray dog free Kerala” during the air gun distribution program conducted by Maveli. Jutice CN Ramachandran also attended the program and said, “The government must take care of people. It is not stray dogs who voted them to power. It is people."

It still comes as a shock to us people taking such insane steps against stray dogs. Earlier too, such incidents were seen in Kerala. A strict action towards such people needs to be taken immediately. They have no right to kill innocent animals. We hope government soon takes an appropriate decision.

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