Inform police if you notice animals locked inside pet shops: Maneka Gandhi


Team Udayavani, Mar 24, 2020, 12:19 PM IST

Senior BJP leader Maneka Gandhi on Monday expressed her concern over pet shop owners leaving the animals and birds in their shops during the lockdown. She appealed to the people to either call the police or write to her office to inform about the issue.

Maneka Gandhi in a tweet she said, “Pet shops are locking up their animals and birds inside. These will die in two days. If you see a pet shop and hear animals inside call the police or let me know at [email protected]

She also released a statement regarding strays may have a hard time finding food due to the lockdown. She asked Indians to feed as many strays as possible and whenever possible to help the animals survive.

Maneka Gandhi said, Street dogs, cows, and birds can neither get nor give coronavirus to humans, However, in the event of a lockdown, if they are not fed, many will die, creating another kind of a problem,”

“Please leave some food and water outside your house for neighbourhood animals and birds. Do as much good as you can. It all adds up to a new world of compassion”, she added

Well, it is important to keep in mind that during tough times like this it is our duty to check on the stray animals and birds and make sure that they are safe.

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