News By/Courtesy: Nirbha Dhawan | 25 Oct 2020 20:59pm IST


  • Animal abuse
  • Animal exploitation
  • Animal neglect

We have made laws to protect the environment, people, corporations, etc. Also, we have protection laws for animals, but the status of the execution of such laws is at a minimal rate. We still see people torturing their pets, making them live in miserable conditions, not providing them food to live. Animals don't live for luxury, they don't strive to be successful or not they want expensive things to lure themselves. All they want is food to live and little space in this world.
This world was not created for humans only rather it is a place provided to animals, plants, humans to live in harmony. People represent just 0.01% of all living things, according to a study. Yet since the dawn of civilization, humanity has caused the loss of 83% of all wild mammals and half of the plants.
And human has not only occupied the space of the voiceless but also have violated their rights to live peacefully. Humans have done and yet keep on doing various sort of things which leave the poor animals in a state of torment.
Animals are abused, sell, decorated on the plate, exploited, neglected, and even get tested on.
Various forms of ill-treatment animals are subjected to:-
Cruelty has been practiced on animals for decades. We see people being frustrated and taking out their anger on the ones who are voiceless and can't help themselves. A mere thing goes wrong, done by an animal and his life is threatened. And such abuse is practiced mainly on street animals and poor pets.

We have seen people losing their state of mind when left alone. Once you are alone, your thoughts overpower you. And animals are no different. There are incidents when people bring home a pet for themselves but if the same suffers from any wrong be it physical or a mental condition then people abandon their pet. They leave them unattended even when they need their owner the most.

you visit any zoo or a circus or any such place where animals are misused and you'll see the agony in their eyes. They long for nothing but freedom. The freedom which they have the right for. a
Animals there, are oppressed in any way possible. They are not given proper food, nor they are given proper places to rest. Leave besides a place, animals there don't even get an adequate amount of time to have rest.

Those poor souls are ill-treated in every form which humans have. It is humans who strive for new technology yet all-new experiments are done on animals. We have hardcore criminals living in jail. Aren't those criminals worthy of being experimented on? Those harsh experiments rather than on those innocent creatures should be conducted on those criminals.
Animals have been the victim of human mistakes, yet there stand people who work day and night to protect the animal and help them get their due rights. Recently a remarkable judgment was delivered by Punjab and Haryana High court which regarded all the animals in the animal kingdom including Avian, aquatic species as legal entities. Now just as humans, corporations, organizations do animals will have similar rights. Now citizens of the state are accountable for the well-being of the animal present there. Humans don't hold autonomy anymore. They have to provide for a safe and nourishing environment. Shifts of working animals have been decided and reduced.

We sincerely hope this goes a long way and the whole world will join hands in harmony to raise their voice for the voiceless.



This Article Does Not Intend To Hurt The Sentiments Of Any Individual Community, Sect, Or Religion Etcetera. This Article Is Based Purely On The Authors Personal Views And Opinions In The Exercise Of The Fundamental Right Guaranteed Under Article 19(1)A And Other Related Laws Being Force In India, For The Time Being.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 25 Oct 2020 23:34pm IST

Tags : protection, humanity, mammals

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