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Illegal dog races are again taking place in Punjab.
The Animal Welfare Board of India, the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations and Blue Cross of India have argued for years against dog racing. But despite Supreme Court guidance prohibiting the exploitation of animals and in violation of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, there are those who are ignoring the law.
Greyhound racing is a dying industry worldwide which is inherently cruel to dogs. Since dog racing was invented, hundreds of thousands of greyhounds have suffered and died. We must stop dog racing in its tracks.
The good news is that there is a strong fight to close down dog tracks across the globe and commercial greyhound racing is now illegal in 188 of 195 countries. Let’s urge India to support this trend!
Sign this petition to urge Captain Amarinder Singh, the Chief Minister of Punjab, to block any and all efforts to authorize greyhound races.
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