Animals do feel pain
Quoted in the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "The greatness of any nation can be judged by the way it's a animals are treated". And so it's our duty as well as responsibility to be kind to the animals.
They dont have voice but they do feel pain just like we humans do. So let's just for once understand their feelings their emotions and bestow them with lots of love.
India is home to animals ranging from the Bengal Tigers to the Great Indian Rhinoceros and animal protection and welfare in in the country has taken a prominent position over the recent years. It is the fundamental duty in India to protect animals from all the bad done against them.
India being strict on animal cruelty has laid down some strict provisions to safeguard animals. Did you know that relocating stray dogs that have been spayed is illegal? I'm so sure many of us must not be aware. So we'll be putting lights on the steps taken by the judiciary to safeguard animals from the brutality done.
Article 51A(g) states that, "It is is the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to have compassion for all living creatures"
We should have a soft corner for animals and we need to be humble towards them.
Section 428 and 429 of the IPC provides punishment on all acts of cruelty done against animals like killing, poisoning or maiming animals.
As per rule 3, of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, (Slaughterhouse) Rules, 2001 and Chapter 4, Food Safety and Standards Regulations, 2011, "No animals (including chickens) can be slaughtered in any place other than a slaughterhouse. Sick or pregnant animals shall not be slaughtered."
Section 22 (ii) , PCA act says that, "Bears, monkeys, tigers, panthers, lions and bulls are prohibited from being trained and used for entertainment purposes, either in circuses or streets."
Humanity's true moral test, its fundamental test…consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy: animals. So let's just oath that from today we will treat them equals and will be their voice!!