PFA Pune annual report 2016
Summary of Work done in 2016
Core Working Team
1. Manoj Oswal
2. Santosh Shirke (full time employee - general management)
3. Rakesh Patil (awareness and collabration projects and volunteer co-ordination)
4. Anil Avhcite - full time bird rescues.
5. Harshad Garud - Honorary- follow up of all court cases
Rescues and Call Handling
Totally handled 24,142 calls in 2016 on 9890044455. Detailed Records maintianed through google sync
Totally 1400 birds rescued in 2016
Engaged 500 volunteers in active work
6. Persistent Battles
1. Fight against Son Ankur Slaughterhouse to close it down on basis of fraudulent documents used by him for all permissions and for the pollution he causes. slaughters 1200 large animals per day
2. Fight against Suraj Fireworks factory to prevent it from starting again.
3. Fight against Oxytycin. Collected data from local medicine shops, dairy industry and suppliers
4. Fight against sugar factories overloading bullocks
5. Fight against bullock cart races and bull fights held in the sly in Pune District.
6. Follow up of all cases against Circuses across India and providing support to FIAPO and Wildlife SOS
1. Man animal conflict committee at District level
2. Elephant inspection of elephants in Kerala with A G Babu
3. Raids on manja shops across Pune City
4. Removal of nylon manjha from Online Shops Flipkart, Amazon, ShopClues and Ebay
5. Medical camp for Horses and equines in Matheran and primary study of their problems.
6. High court petition against Jallikattu notification by Central Government filed with help of Ambika Hirandandani.
7. Vandana Chavan case – took steps to bring amicable solution to prevent animals being used to settle personal scores.
8. Action against Dog abandonment by a criminal in Vadgaonsheri. Appointed volunteer to feed them in the interim.
9. Suraj fireworks case filed in NGT and got order to close the factory. Personally visited the factory 2 weeks later.
10. Panchgani : after several phone follow ups, went to panchgani to file FIR for dragging dog by a car.
11. Jeevraksha order from charity commissioner
12. Discovery of possible flaw in pet shop draft rules, sent letter in support to MOEFC&C.
13. On a family vacation, rescued a horse in Hyderabad with help of PFA Hyderabad.
14. Final arguments in Paromita ghosh case, Court to pass order to prosecute DGP of Maharashtra
15. Drafting of rebuttal in Rambo Circus case
16. Drafting of Public interest litigation for honeybees
17. Visit to New Delhi for action against Sonankur Exports Pvt Ltd
18. Meeting in Mumbai against Bakri Id Circular by MCGM helped in drafting High Court Petition.
19. PCMC Animal Birth Control Monitoring meetings each quarter
20. Development of animal laws of India digital edition
21. Panchgani, went to Panchgani and filed FIR for trespassing in animal shelter against intruder.
22. Visited Nagpur twice, Drafted reply to allegations by Amar Circus and briefed lawyers. Met senior lawter Sunil Manohar for guidance,
23. Filed Petition in high court against Lila Parulekar Welfare Trust for welfare of her animals.
24. Attended Meeting in Mumbai on misuse of oxytocin on invitation by Vardhaman Pariwar
25. Meeting for drafting writ petition and intervention supporting beef ban
26. Investigation of samples of water bodies around Sonakpur Slaugtherhouse got evidence on pollution.
27. Filed case in NGT against Sonankur exports
28. Did surprise investigation of Sonankur Exports slaughterhouse
29. Caught around 120 animals during Bakri Id rescues, sent to goshalas monitored for 2 months.
30. Drafted writ petition against order of JMFC Rambo Circus for custody of animals.
31. Drafted review petition against order of High Court on request of FIAPO
32. Contempt petition against Lila Parulekar Welfare Trust for not appointing an agency for welfare of animals.
33. Took charge of Jeevraksha and enhanced setup and systems
34. Conducted inspection of Horses expedition by MES School as per directions of AWBI
35. In a case against Milind Ladge for death of Elephant Poornima, conducted -examination in chief.
36. Further separate proceedings for obstruction of Govt Servant and Violation of Wildlife Protection Act 1972 verification completed and charges kept for arguments.
37. Meeting in Mumbai against Bangladesh cattle smuggling
38. Nagpur zoo inspection – inspection as per directions of AWBI
39. Amravati testified witness statement in a case filed in 2010 against poaching of Barasingha
40. Started Investigations on bullocks in sugar factories
41. Donor meeting for land in Solapur.
42. Visited chimpanzee at Hyderabad which was seized by Subhroto Roy Sahara several years ago.
43. Filed probate of Will proceedings in Jeevraksha Animal Welfare Trust
44. Sonankur slaughter house had several meeting with Maharashtra Pollution Control Board for factual Reports.
45. Collbaration with university of Solapur for investigation on Sonankur Exports\
46. Filed application against Rambo circus for forfeiture of Elephants.
47. Filed FIR in Solapur for killing of dogs by beating with iron rods and nailed sticks.
48. Filed Special Leave Petition in Supreme Court for Jeevraksha Animal Welfare Trust
49. Suraj fireworks. District Magistrate fought cases at District Magistrate, Divisional Commissioner and High court Level. Further fought again at District Magistrate Level
50. Set up a volunteer team to find source and end usage of Oxytycin.
51. Prevented Bull Fight in Dhanori through intervention of police despite a huge crowd
52. Bullock Cart race stopped in Lohegaon which were held on weekly basis
53. Inspection of Pet Show in Mumbai as per directions of AWBI
Helping Fellow organizations and activists.
1. Donated Projector and screen to the Real Green Cafe
2. Helped Balkrishna Gore in Solapur for treatment of animals
3. Provided Ambulance to Resq Charitable
4. Provided Ambulance to Bodhisattva NGO
5. Donated Shelter material given to Resq Charitable Trust
6. Provided donor for shed to Modhak’s Goshala in Vadki just before monsoon
7. Provided ambulance to Modhak’s Goshala in Vadki
8. Helped Vineeta Sabharwal with introduction to Jackie Shroff for her book launch
9. Helped Balasaeb Sakhare in Ahmednagar to get work order in ABC
10. Helepd Adoption AART Group with publicity for Adoption Camp.
11. Helped Saniket in his wildlife rescue in Ratnagiri
12. PFA promotes cruelty free products in association with Vegetarian Shop Mumbai among Jains
13. Helping NGOs with cheque donations…
a. ResQ Charitable Trust with cases relating to cows
b. Hindu Aghadi for their cow protection / catching trucks with illegal cows
d. Harsh Shah – Bird Helpline for a dog with maggot infested mouth.
e. Aarti Basaran for a dog with broken jaw
f. Abhinan Srihan for building a large aquarium for seized gold fish.
Awareness, Engagement and Collaboration
1. Participation at JITO Connect 2016, provided free shared space to ResQ, Bodhisattva and Vegan petfood company. 3 lakh Jains visited the exhibhition. Exhausted 10,000 leaflets.
2. Helped in execution of Ahinsa Fest – a vegan festival in Mumbai
3. Visited JITO g2g California (merged with my business trip)
4. Jain Center for Northern California reached mutual Agreement for Collaboration
5. Visited Humane Society of Silicon Valley
6. Visited Peninsular SPCA
7. Speaker at Chief minister's conference of “Mukjyamantri Mitra’. Recruited 4 volunteers who are designated “Chief Minister’s friends”
8. Vegan film screening – several films screened by Real Green Café in collaboration with PFA Pune
9. Film “Bho Bho” which is about caring for animals we promoted jointly with ResQ
10. Football competition held for awareness amongst
11. Paws N Tails – fun fair for pets held in collaboration with Lokbiradari Mandal
12. Program “Anything for Animals” in Presence of Randeep Hooda
13. Presentation by Tanvi at Tedx Pune
14. Lecture on Animall Welfare at Vijay vallabh School Annual Function
15. Formation of ‘Ahinsa Federation” for networking between NGOs working in field of vegetarianism.
16. Attended “India for Animals” Conference at Mumbai for one day
17. Animal Laws training presentation in Dombivili for PAWS
18. Project for Kids’ Robotic Class for helping Turtles in lakes
19. Held meetings with CBI for collaboration in Wildlife Cases
20. Visited Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Center in New Delhi
21. Visit of Interns from Brazil worked for 4 weeks
22. Visit of interns from Egypt worked for 2 weeks
23. Visit of interns from Symbiosys worked for 4 weeks.
24. Volunteers training and empowerment meeting in Maval (Talegaon)
25. Volunteers training and empowerment meeting meetiing in Katraj
26. Campaign for bird protection during Sankranti in collaboration with malls and super stores.
27. Campaign among Jain Community to hold processions without animals.
28. PFA awareness campaign at DSK International Campus
29. PFA partners with Uber to promote adoption of Indian pups
30. PFA awarded Prani Mitra puriskar at Sangli
31. PFA awarded Prani Mitra Puruskar at Mumbai by Samast Mahajan
32. Attendded Training on Animal Birth Control at Yashada by HSI and Gauri Maulekhi
33. Obtained power of attorney from Vilas Shah of Sholapur for all his cases in the courts in Pune and Solapur.
Celebrity and Corporate Engagement
1. Video byte from Anushka Sharma
2. Video byte from Sonam Kapoor
3. Sent book on veganism to sonam Kapoor
4. Video from Jackie Shroff
5. Declared Heroes without makeup by Randeed Hooda
6. Meeting with Baba Ramdev to promote vegetarianism, he offered to attend program in 2017
7. Meeting with anant ambani – convinced him for donation to PFA Delhi
8. Meeting with Sabir Bhatia
9. Meeting with John Chambers
10. Meeting with Suchitra Krisnamurthy
11. Meeting with Ingrid Newkirk
12. Meeting with Poorva Joshiapura
13. Meeting with Sanjeev Jain - Dubai Jain Sangh
14. Meeting with Actress Daisy Shah
15. Meeting with Randeep Hooda
16. Meeting with Arun Jain, Managing Director of Polaris Software
17. Meeting with Ashok Katariya, Managing Director of Ashoka Buildcom Ltd
18. Agreement with JITO to sponsor one project on Animal Welfare.
Prestigious International Lush Prize
on dated 2.01.2017 P.F.A organization organised a program "EK SHAAM PRIYAVARAN OR JEEV JANTUO KE NAAM" In shuklapuri Gajraula at 07:30 pm. I have invited police officers(I.P.S), D.F.Os from forest department, ranger,Industrialists, senior president, principles and, doctors etc. Mam more then 200 people were attended the program and appreciated the works, aims and the deeds which P.F.A did for the walefare of animals and environment.
P.F.A Gave achievement award to those who worked well for animals and environment. In this way we honored police team who arrested many animal smugglers in the year 2015-16, and honored to media person who spread the name of P.F.A.
The main purpose of this program to spread awareness for our environment and for voiceless creatures, and to setup a communication between P.F.A, Police,administrative officers and Industrialists. So that I Can spread the name of P.F.A and continue my fight against mafias, smugglers and corrupt leaders.
PFA Manipur recived an ambulance from the Member of Parliament Dr. T. Meinya (Inner Manipur) . It was officially inaugurated on 2nd of January, 2017.MP himself, MLA O.Landhoni Devi, CCF Mahendra Pratap, Dr. H.Chaoba Singh Director Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Service and M.Joy DC Thoubal graced the function.
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of December 2016
ABC Operations –04
Treatment given- Field - 371
Outdoor - 73
Inddor - 1031
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 04
Cows – 32 + 14
Others- Pig- 01
Medicine – Rs “531/-
Food – Rs 55,460/-
We organised an Indian Puppy adoption camp on 1st Jan 2017 at magneto Mall Raipur. We got a very good response 20 out of the 24 puppies got adopted. We were a group of about 20 volunteers, we arranged Diet and behavior counselling for adopters, Adoption form filling and gave a goody bag to adopters which had a pedigree sample, a small toy and a collar for the puppy.
PFA Alipurduar work report From December 2016
PFA Mumbai, with the help of the police, raided a home in Jogeshwari East. Two rare monitor lizards and two squirrels were found. They have been released in their own habitat. A police complaint has also been filed against the culprit under Wildlife protection act 1972 Section 9, 39, 40 & 44 and he is behind bars now.
PFA Delhi caught overloaded animals 4tucks in South Delhi on 7 Dec 2016.
PFA Delhi night we caught 4 overloaded butchers trucks in south delhi and rescued 80 buffaloes and appx 400 sheeps and goats, 3 trucks caught in PS Lajpat nagar and 1 truck in ps sunlight colony jurisdiction,all smmugglers has been arrested and trucks sent to DSPCA by Police.
(1)Tonight on 30 Nov 2016 a huge raid and rescue operation by our team.. PFA team caught 7 trucks overloaded with animals. And three more along with Brazilian reporters in front of defense colony police station ring road. Passers-by blocked the road when they saw the brutal condition of animals and they beat butchers too..some how police and Pfa activists managed to stop them. FIR Lodged against three trucks and all the Animals were sent to DSPCA.
(2)One hour later one more truck was caught in which 96buffaloes and calf were loaded.. This truck was caught in front of Kamla market police station central Delhi...along with Brazilian reporters who were reporting this incident to expose the cruelty rendered to animals in India. Butchers attacked these international reporters .
(3)rescue other animals at safdurjung enclave near police station area.. Here 2more trucks were caught and were sent to DSPCA..
(4)Atlast in morning 1more truck was caught near AIIMS which was sent to SGACC from kotla police station and resued 200 goats and sheeps,and a FIR has been registered under prevention of cruelty to animals act 1960 and IPC 429.
PFA Wardha monthly report
PFA Lucknow rescue cases of September-October 2016
PFA Ahmednagar rescued a community pup from Gulmohar road . It is under treatment.
PFA AHMEDNAGAR Work Report Nov-2016 Ahmednagar-Gulmohar Rode pe Maharaja hotel ke pas awar kutte ka bache ke sar jakhamse infection hua turant Vahape PFA Ahmednagar Pahuchte hi tritmet ki PFA Ahmednagar center ke Treatment Karte Sarjan Mvsc Dr.Sudhakar Gite&Staff dr.mobail no-9823118642,laxman sakahare,Pramod Alkute ,Santosh Bachate Akash Sakhare,Mohasin Sayad,Swpnil Sakhare.
10 माह मंे 76 बाघों की मौत चिंताजनक वन्य जीव विभाग की लापरवाही के चलते बाघों के अंगो के महंगे दाम मिलने से उनकी तस्करी के उद्देष्य को लेकर देष मंे पिछले 10 माह मंे 76 बाघों की षिकार, जहर देकर, सड़क हादसों व करंट से मार दिया गया है। वन्य जीवों के संरक्षण लिए मेनका गांधी के नेतृत्व मंे कार्य कर रही राष्ट्रीय संस्था पीपुल फाॅर एनीमल्स के प्रदेष प्रभारी बाबूलाल जाजू ने बाघों की हत्या पर आक्रोष जताते हुए 76 बाघों की मौत को लेकर टाईगर प्रोजेक्ट चेयरमेन व प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी को पत्र भेजकर बाघों की हत्याआंे को रोकने के लिए कड़े प्रयास कर षिकारियों पर षिकंजा कसने की मांग की।
जाजू ने मोदी को लिखे पत्र मंे बताया कि बाघों के आवास बफर जोन मंे वन रक्षकांे की पेट्रोलिंग नहीं होने से पिछले 10 माह मंे 76 बाघों की मौत हो चुकी है। वन्य जीव अधिकारियांे की राष्ट्रीय पार्कों मंे सुरक्षा व्यवस्था कमजोर होने से शिकारियों के हौसले बुलंद है तथा आये दिन टाईगरों की हत्या होना उनके अंगो की मांग और शिकारियों के तेजी से बढ़ते नेटवर्क का प्रमाण है। जाजू ने बताया कि भारत नेपाल सीमा पर बाघों की खालांे व अन्य अंगो की तस्करी होती है। बाघों की हत्या की सर्वाधिक घटना मध्यप्रदेष मंे हुई है उसके पष्चात कर्नाटक मंे भी 13 बाघों की हत्या हो चुकी है। जाजू ने बताया 2015 मंे भी 69 बाघों की षिकार हो चुकी है उसके बावजूद वन जीव अधिकारी बाघों के प्रति लापरवाह है।
PFA Wardha On 9th November, 2016, PFA Wardha released 3 pythons, 1 Nilgai, 1 Langur, 1 Monitor Lizard and1 Hare at Bor Tiger Reserve.
On 9 nov people for animals, wardha released 3 Pythons 1 nilgai 1 langur 1 monitor lizard 1 hare At bor tiger reserve with wardha forest dept.
One Python was get injured by harvester at sevagram on 3rd Sept 2016 Rescued by pfa volunteer suraj tirpude and brought to the karunashram (rescue center for wild animals) for further treatment.The python was badly injured treated by pfa veterinary officer sandip joge and after 1 month of care the python was fully recovered Another 2 pythons was rescued by sarpa mitars in wardha and we released all 3 Pythons in BTR with the presence if forest dept.
On Sept. 30 the forest department found a sick Blue bull baby lying on the road .They rescued the Blue bull and handed it over to PFA Wardha.It is now out of danger and released at BTR.
On 6th july 2015 A female langur was attacked by dogs and found injured by the roadside rescued by wardha forest dept.She was brought to Karunashram along with her 10 -day old baby.While undergoing treatment,she could not survive.Then the baby langur was seperated from his mother Since the baby had to be fed every 1 hour.Initially it didn't look like the baby langur would survive but after 17 months of care ,the baby langur is totally fine And released at BTR in the presence of wardha forest dept.
Pfa volunteers rescue one monitor lizard on 8th november and one hare on 5th nov the hare was have minor injuries and after treatment we released both wild animals at BTR in the presence of wardha forest dept.
From july 2016 to november 2016 we rescued about 25 wild animals including python,pangolin,monitor lizards,langurs,nilgai, chitals etc and released at bor tiger reserve special thanks to forest officials for their support.
Please find below Link the latest updates from PFA Agra.
PFA Chennai to promote alternatives livelihoods in tribal communities who other wise traditionally subsist on killing and poaching both domestic and wild animals. Project 'GGUL' is an endeavour of the PFA to promote tribal art and jewelery made by the the " nari koruva " community on a pledge that they will stop all killing and use of animals/ animal products . Project GGUL will encourage the making and sale of tribal jewelery in India and world wide as an alternative livelihood and help achieve a higher standard of living in this gypsy community of South India .
PFA BHARATPUR अलवर की तरफ से भरतपुर के सीकरी क्षेत्र होते हुए हरियाणा की ओर एक गायों से भरी गाडी जाने की सुचना मिली जिसपर हमने रास्ते मे नाकाबंदी कर गाडी को रोकने की कोशिस की गौतस्करों ने नाकाबंदी देख फायरिंग शुरु कर दी और भागने लगे थोडी दुर पिछा करने पर गौतस्कर गाडी छोड कर फायरिंग करते हुए भाग निकले गाडी मे 11 गाय निकली जिनमे चार मरी हुई निकली गायो को गौशाला पहुंचा दिया
PFA Raipur 2 days before a stray dog has bitten a few kids at Raipur. Angry people killed 4 dogs. PFA Raipur could save only one dog. We got a call about this severely injured dog at 11pm. All hospitals were closed but a doctor helped us. He examined fracture and bone dislocation also blood clot in eye. We have started her treatment, she is at our home now..
PFA Koradi पिपल फॉर अॉनिमल सदस कोराडी नागपुर सदस नंबर - MST-003916, हम करिशमा गिलानी के सात काम नंही करते , आशिष गोस्वामी मुझे गाईड करते है, १४ अॉक्टोबर २०१६ को बंदर जखमी हालत मै मिला मुझे लोगों ने फोन कर के बताया की कोराडी थॉरमल पावर प्लॉनट की कॉलनी मे जखमी है, मेंने जग पर पोछ कर बंदर को पानी और खाना खीलाया फिर वन विभाग को फोन करके बुलाया , वन विभाग की टीम ३० मी मे आए , बंदर को लेके गए पर बंदर की हालत नाजुक थी , बंदर को जखम बाय हाथ और बाय बाजु के बदन पर और पीठ पर भी थी और बाय पयर पर जदा जखम थी उसकी पयर की हड्डी दीख रही थी , ईलेक्ट्र करट्रं से बंदर शरीर जला था, वन विभाग के डॉक्टर बंदर की उपचार करते समय बंदर की मितृ हुई ,फीर मुझे १५ ऑक्टोबर को दुपेहर को ३ बजे वन विभाग अधिकारी का फोन आए बंदर की बच नंही पाया , मुझे दुख हो रहा है ,मै बंदर की जान बचा नही पाया, .
PFA Koradi, Nagpur rescued an injured Cow from M.P highway Road.
pfa member pfa unit koradi, Nagpur. I am Ashish Goswami volunteer. Cow road accident injured Nagpur- M.P highway road . Public and police contact me and I am catch spot and Action first doctor treatment cow spot. I am Arrangement venternary college animals ambulance available spot and transfer gau shaala Nagpur
Diwali synopsis - 2016
Attached please find a synopsis on the activities that we have done along with your PFA for Diwali 2016 (East). .
PFA Kendrapara reports of Sep 2016.
PFA Raiganj did a procession of dogs from Raiganj Ghori mor to Bakultala more with 32 home dogs and 5 street dogs to cvreate awarenes sof what would happen to animals when people used loud crackers and bombs at Diwali.
some migrated people like jajabar type of 40-50 persons most of them are woman, they came from Uttar Pradesh and going to Bihar to sell this animals. when our team gather this information we rush with our full team to rescue the animals and this 2 pumsivets animals rescued on 24/07/2016 on 2 pm from Chapduars area near Raiganj. after rescue this animals DFO namely Dipankar Dutta give instruction to handover kulik forest ranger officer namely P.C. Roy. this animals is now sukna forest in siliguri.
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of September 2016
ABC Operations –24
Animals treated -965
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 04
Cows – 57
Others- Pig- 1
Medicine – Rs 58231/-
Food – Rs 27281/-
World Animal Day celebrated on 4th Oct. at Bengal Safari, Siliguri. Animal awareness leaflets were distributed by PFA Siliguri members to visitors, students & children. Hon'ble Minister of Forest, Govt. of West Bengal with other forest officials participated on this programme.
World Rabies Day jointly celebrated by PFA Siliguri & Animal Resource Development Department, Govt. of West Bengal on 28th Sep. Leaflet distributed at Matigara & Sukna Gram Ponchayet area.
PFA GOA Mission Rabies at Goa and the inauguration of the Hick's Training Centre
I was in Goa on Monday to attend the inauguration of the Hick's Training Centre and the marking of the third year of Mission Rabies in Goa.
The Chief Minister Mr Laxmikant Parsekar was the Chief Guest. Dr Gongol from WHO was also there and I was delighted to see Norma Alvares (who was obviously not well) had made sure she was there. Dr Rina from NIMHANS, Bangalore was also there.
With about 65,000 ABC cases and lakhs of vaccinations done, there has been a remarkable change in Goa. According to the Chief Minister, there were 14 human rabies deaths in 2014; one year after starting the programme, there were 4 deaths in 2015; and the CM added, to much applause, there has not been a single case in the whole of Goa in the first NINE months of 2016.
With about 65,000 ABC cases and lakhs of vaccinations done, there has been a remarkable change in Goa. According to the Chief Minister, there were 14 human rabies deaths in 2014; one year after starting the applause, there has not been a single case in the whole of Goa in the first NINE months of 2016.
Most importantly, he mentioned that only a "small part" of the cost of the programme was being given by the Goa Government and was so appreciative of the amazing efforts of the Mission Rabies team who have brought about the transformation.
His talk was in all the papers yesterday - pl google Parsekar + Rabies and see them. He has also tweeted and (since I do not tweet), it was forwarded to me.
Along with others we also arranged for a Rally demanding the revision of PCA Act, 1960 and raise of the penalty fine from Rs 50/-. With placards and banners the rally was taken out from Ghori More to Bidrohi More and after that we made a drive for collecting signatures from people and we have been able to collect more than 1500 signatures in support of the movement.Many animal lovers, intellectuals, teachers , other NGOs joined this rally. We also invited Raiganj People For Animals to join this rally and some of them participated. The rally was very successful .
A two day workshop on Scientific Training on Reptile Management was organized by People for Animals, Angul. 35 participants from all over india took part in this workshop. National Geography Fame Gowri Shankar was the course director of the workshop. A night trail was also been organized at Mandargiri, Angul. Biplab Mahapatra and Amit Gupta were the host of the workshop. .
PFA Siliguri got Information from a source that a private college from Siliguri, the zoology department keep some wild animals in their laboratory. A surprised jointly raid done by Wildlife Squad, Sukna and members of PFA Siliguri & seized some animals by forest department. One man arrested. Details seized item name are given below :- 1) Spectacle Cobra 2) Ornamental snake 3) Common Lizard 4) Bat 5) Skin of a snake 6) Common Snake.
In Safe Hands, Now Pfa Sirohi care... rescues Camels.
About 243 camels from different areas of Rajasthan, which were being sent to Delhi and Hyderabad were saved by NGO’s in these areas from being slaughtered .On the directions of Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi these 188 camels were sent to PFA, Sirohi for their proper care and protection .PFA which is the largest camel protection centre in India provides regular vaccination for major diseases in camels with the finically help of local donors and Pfa Delhi, Pfa Banglore and Singhvi charitable trust, Chennai.Thank you so much for saving innocent souls and In Safe Hands, Now care... All camels are now safe and adopted at PFA Sirohi, Rjasthan.
PFA Uttar Dinajpur observed the World Rabies Day with Animal Resource Development Department, Uttar Dinajpur by organizing a seminar at District Training Centre of Rajya Hans Khamar, Udaypur. Leaflets were distributed among people for awareness on Rabies and what to do in case of dog-biting. Anti Rabies Vaccination of the street dogs will be done after Puja. The vet doctors, our members and the members of other N.G.O. attended this seminar.
PFA Wardha report from April 2016 to August 2016 .
PFA Alipurduar In collaboration with N.F.RLY.MAZDUR Union, Alipurduar Division, PFA alipurduar has organised an awareness program on cruelty to animals and crime on wild life at Rly. Institute ground from 7th September to 9th Sept,2016.Program inaugurated by the president ,All India Rly .men's federation ,New Delhi & the General Secretary N.F.RLY MAZDUR Union.
Delhi – A surprise inspection of India’s largest Mechanised Slaughterhouse (for domestic and export purposes) was carried out by Ms. Satya Sharma, the Mayor of East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) on 10th August, in the presence of Ms. C.A Dhan, Additional Commissioner, EDMC and the animal welfare experts of Delhi Slaughterhouse Monitoring Committee Ms. Gauri Maulekhi, Trustee, People for Animals (PFA) and Dr Manilal Valliyate, Director of Veterinary Affairs, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India The Slaughterhouse functions under the supervision of EDMC and is leased to Frigorifico Allana, a company owned by several political leaders. Mayor witnessed massive atrocities and it was found that stunning- a process of rendering the animals unconscious- was not being carried out in sheep or buffaloes before they were killed. Buffalos were being electrocuted by placing a live wire on their body, before slitting their throat and hoisting them upside down on hooks even while they were fully conscious. The animals were videographed kicking and struggling, even as they were being deskinned.
The inspectors also found that, electric shock was being used to force the animals to move towards the slaughter hall. Many animals tried to retreat in fear, having seen other animals in their front being killed. In blatant and apparent violation of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Slaughterhouse Rules), 2001 animals were killed in front of each other and mandatory stunning procedures under the Food Safety and Standards (Licencing and Registration of Food Business), Regulations 2011were replaced with crude painful procedures like electrocution. The experts found that the animals were forced to undergo tremendous unnecessary pain and suffering before being killed for meat.
“Gazipur slaughterhouse is considered to be one of the biggest and modern slaughterhouses in the country. Such brazen cruelty to animals is unacceptable and EDMC will take necessary action against the officials responsible for such atrocities,” says Ms. Satya Sharma, the Mayor EDMC. “Though this slaughterhouse is licensed by Food Safety Standards Authority of India, findings of today’s inspection, raise serious worries about the quality of meat being produced and the related public health concerns. My office will do everything to ensure that animals are not tortured in the food business and there is complete compliance of laws related to animal welfare and food safety.”
“Ghazipur shalughterhouse has so far been a public liability. The facility costs over Rs 5,000 crores to the Government of Delhi and is leased at a mere Rs 4 Crores per annum to Allana, indicating other considerations. It is now being used to facilitate torture of animals only to benefit the exporter. There is a suspicion that cow slaughter also takes place here in the night shift. A closed passage that connects the slaughterhouse to the Cattle Market could be used to bring in cows anytime.” says Gauri Maulekhi. “The contractor, Alana, is flouting all laws with impunity and compromising food safety and animal welfare, right under the noses of the EDMC.“
“Tragically, this is not an isolated incident,” says, Dr Manilal Valliyate, Delhi slaughterhouse monitoring committee expert member. “It can be assumed that, if Gazipur slaughterhouse run by the government is not stunning animals before killing, what can be expected from other private and municipal corporation run slaughterhouse? Ante-mortem examination was conducted on all animals who were slaughtered. Strangely all buffaloes who had been brought for slaughter were found to be females, who were discarded by the dairy industry and many could be pregnant. Pregnancy tests were not being done on all animals.”
PFA Siliguri organised a pre Independence Day free animals check up camp on 14th August 2016 at Toribari village near Siliguri. This event jointly organized by Bengal Safari (Forest Department) & PFA Siliguri. Above four hundred Cow, Calf, Goat, Buffalo, Hen, Dog treated, vaccinated & medicated.
Pre Independence Day celebrated today by organized Free Animals check up camp on 14th August 2016 at Toribari village near Siliguri. This event jointly organized by Bengal Safari (Forest Department) & PFA Siliguri. Above four hundred of Cow, Calf, Goat, Buffalo, Hen, Dog treated, vaccinated & distributed necessary medicine among the animal owner.
PFA Narsinghpur People for Animals Narsinghpur caught sandal smugglers and planted trees in schools,they took care of cow who has recently given birth to calf. People for Animals Narsinghpur caught sandal smugglers and planted trees in schools,they took care of cow who has recently given birth to calves.
PFA Raipur We did a event in ITM university Raipur about PFA Raipur & our work. We aware 100+ students from law and life sciences students. We got very good response, new members, new volunteers. At the end we also did a small snake awareness session, and talked about Do's and Don'ts if snake enters home.Overall the event was positive.
PFA Articulating the past history
Please see this article. Can you take up the matter strongly as the innocent animals lacking voice are being killed in a most barbaric way? Indian culture/humanity does not allow this. Let the suggestions be acted upon by the government.
PFA Articulating the past history
PFA Latur On 24 July 2016 Rotary Club of Latur Organised a Programme to discuss with youngsters on "Terrorism & Responsibility of the Youth" topic in the presence of Mr. Atul Kulkarni (IPS), Head, Anti-Terrorist Squad, Maharashtra State. In this programme, PFA Latur Has been felicitated by the auspicious hands of Head of ATS, Maharashtra State for selfless and untired help to ?Animals and Birds during drought in and Latur city. Member of PFA Latur Dr. Netaji Shingte & Mr. Rajesh Prayag were present during felicitation by Mr. Atul Kulkarni IPS, Head ATS, Maharashtra State.
वन्यजीव प्रेमियांे ने सलमान के बरी होने के दिन को ‘काला दिन’ माना सलमान के दोषमुक्त होने पर वन्यजीव प्रेमियों मंे निराशा मेनका गांधी के नेतृत्व मंे वन्य जीव अधिकारों के लिए संघर्षरत राष्ट्रीय संस्था पीपुल फाॅर एनीमल्स के प्रदेश प्रभारी वन्यजीवप्रेेमी बाबूलाल जाजू ने पूर्व मंे काले हिरणांे की हत्या के मामले मंे न्यायालय द्वारा दोषसिद्ध होकर 5 वर्ष की सजा का फैसला होने के बाद कुछ दिन जेल मंे रहकर उच्च न्यायालय मंे गुहार करने पर शिकार और आम्र्स एक्ट के आरोपी सलमान को उच्च न्यायालय द्वारा दोषमुक्त करने के दिन को काला दिन मानते हुए जाजू ने कहा कि समूचे देश मंे सलमान को काले हिरण व चिंकारा शिकार मामले मंे दोषमुक्त करार देने पर वन्यजीव प्रेमियांे मंे निराशा है। जाजू ने राजस्थान सरकार के वन विभाग से अनुरोध कर कहा है कि पर्याप्त साक्ष्य व अनुसंधान जुटाकर माननीय सर्वोच्च न्यायालय मंे सक्षम सबूत पेश कर अपील करें ताकि वन्यजीव अपराधी को नियमानुसार कड़ी सजा मिल सके व देश मंे न्याय व्यवस्था के प्रति विश्वास बना रहे। .
PFA Narsinghpur aided in the rescue, treatment, and rehabilitation of cattle that were illegally being taken for slaughter. .
PFA Chandrapur SPCA Chandrapur organized plantation drive and planted 500 trees. For the tree plantation drive chairman of Sangini Group Mrs. Bharati Soitkar and Dr. Vidya Bangade, Shubhangi Gadegone, Chhaya Bukke, Pallavi Dikshit, Priya Chaudhari, Shivaji contributedb financially. Mahavir International, Shri. Bhandari and other people also helped with financial contribution. Dr. Mahavir Soitkar gave major contribution in this tree plantation drive. Student of Shri Sai College of engineering contributed by planting trees.
PFA Hooghly the Statesman had published an issue of PFA-Hooghly related with animal cruelty,online publication sent herewith in attached file for your kind perusal
sl no-4,Radhakruhna Malik-dog head wound,11-06-2016 slno-6-Basanta mallik -dog-leg wound, 17.06.2016 sl no-7-Basanta Das -dog -alergic-22.06.2016 sl-8-, Gouranga sahoo, cow-alergic-27.06.2016 sl-11-Ashok Das, Buffola-Hypocalcioma-30.06.2016 -total 5 nos photo copies. .
PFA Hooghly monthly activities report in the month of june,2016 in the attached file .
PFA Latur People for Animlas, latur has undertaken massive tree plantation drive for environmental harmony from 26th june,2016 involving germination of 4500 seeds of indigenous plants. The members of PFA, Latur planted 4500 seed of rain tree, gulmohar and tamarind (imli), along both sides of highway and marigold (genda) seeds in the divider in the outskirts of Latur City.
PFA Dinajpur The members of Uttar Dinajpur People for Animals rescued a White Monitor Lizard ( Bengali name-Gosaap)_ from Bamoir village of Bisnupur in Hemtabad Block. The lizard was at first seen in that village by some villagers who wanted to kill it out of fear. But Mr Anirban Chakraborty, an animal lover protested and saved the lizard and called our office to rescue it. We reached the village at about 8 p.m. with our members and rescued the monitor lizard. It was later released in Kulik forest that provides its natural habitat.. A leading daily newspaper has published the news of this rescue and local TV channels covered the news too. I'm sending the report with photographs.
PFA Wardh report during April 2015 to March 2016 .
PFA Kendrapara Please receive monthly report of may 2016 but photo copy send after two days.
PFA Barelly Report of General Activities.
PFA Narsinghpur MP Report of news
This is annual report of PFA Alipurduar april 2016.
PFA Agra They donated fruits, dalia, vegetables and green fodder. On 18/ 5/16 Shubhankar Creative Fun Club donated Rs 7000/- for a cooler. On 20/5/16 Sanskar Fun Club donated 4 fans for the shelter. On the 22/5/16 the Achal Trust of Agra honoured PFA Agra for its exemplary work in the field of animal welfare
PFA Agra They honoured us with a plaque and a cheque of RS 21,000/- Every year they pick an NGO to honour. This is the first time that an animal welfare organization has been given this honour. We are in touch with Mr Shyam Parasher , Mr. Kateria’s contractor. He says that the delay is with the CDO’s office. For your information the airport authorities sent me e letter stating that the period of keeping the donation box has expeired. In the four months that it was kept ( bang next to the exit door), we were able to collect the grand total of Rs 400/- The box itself cost 3000/-
PFA Agra WRT our telephonic conversation yesterday I was not given the opportunity to state my side of the story. MR Cowasjee is on a BIG ego trip. He constantly phones me up and speaks in a confused language. He constantly says that once the money is out of his hands then he has no say. In my wish to be honest and transparent in my dealings I told him that I MAY have to cash the FDs one at time. and asked him his permission to do so. In reply to this he again said that once the money is out of his hands he has no control over it. I need not have asked him I could have gone ahead. But that is not how I function. I HAVE to BE HONEST. That is my undoing. The problem lies in the fact that he wants to give and yet not give. Further to our conversation you had me asked to fold up. I too think that after 15 years it is time. I have started the process. I have given 1 months notice to my staff.Stating the reason of not having any funds to pay their salary. From today I shall be stopping our helpline. Your office shall be getting a lot of calls about this. I hope they cooperate and tell them that we are cutting down our expenses. Any one who needs medical care can kindly bring the animal to the shelter. At least the general public will know that we really are not getting any funds from the GOVT. I have frozen the 15 lakhs in our account and if he wants it back I am ready. The rest we will keep to wind up . I understand now, how difficult it must have been to make him finally relent into giving you the money. And am sincerely sorry for the problems that my attempt at transparency may have inadvertently caused.
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of May 2016
ABC Operations –19
Animals treated -1159
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 05
Cows – 49
Medicine – Rs 56182/-
Food – Rs 55324/- + 38300/-(bhusa)=93624/-
PFA Amroha On the dated 20/05/16 I got information from my Informer that a truck full of bovine cattle is going from Hariyana to Sambhal. I had called hasanpur police station immediately and caught the truck. We rescued 39 bovine cattle in truck. 23 were found safe but 16 were found dead. Rescued cattle were sent to Goshala and dead cattle were buried with the help of police. FIR has lodged in Hasanpur police station under CS/PCA act. Mujammil from Ujhari and Aslam from Aligarh were arrested on the spot.
ABC Operations -23
Animals treated -986
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 10
Cows – 41
Others- Piglet -1
Medicine – Rs 47143/-
Food – Rs 90,442/- ( with Bhusa)
Salary /- Rs 1,10000/-
India : 85,178/-
PFA Kendrapada monthly report people for animals ,Kendrapara, Odisha.April-2016
PFA Narsinghpur MP news report 2016
PFA Agra helps rescue 2100 ducks from illegal slaughter .
PFA Agra On the 23rd of Feb, PFA Agra got an information from Mr. Sonu from Wildlife SOS that a truck full of ducks were being transported. One of our staff member Deepti promptly swung into action. She along with Sonu stopped the truck. However the wildlife people were called in and they along with the police were prepared to let go of the truck. There were 2100 trucks loaded in the truck. Deepti took her bike and parked it in front of the truck and asked them for the legal papers allowing them transportation. They didnt have any. It was with great difficulty that an FIR was lodged. In the meantime, our president, Dr. Surat Gupta also reached the police station and another PFA member Kuldeep Rathore also joined in. The truck was caught in the morning but an FIR was finally registered at around 7 in the evening. As PFA Agra does not have anough space to keep so many ducks, they were handed over to wildlife SOS at Keetham. During the process, these ducks were twice taken to Yamuna river to allow them free movement, water and food. They are now safe at Keetham, living a normal free life. The case is still going on but we pray that the ducks can continue to enjoy their freedom.
People for Animals, Angul organized a CAMPAIGN " SAVE TIGER"-Kids for Tiger Campaign on the eve of 2nd Raahgiri Day Celebration at Angul, Odisha. In this connection a face painting activity was initiated by the PFA, Angul. People were painted on the face on the theme_TIGER. Pamphlet and booklets were distributed among the people about wildlife conservation and animal welfare.
On May 1st People for Animals, Angul organized a CAMPAIGN " SAVE TIGER"-Kids for Tiger Campaign at Angul, Odisha. A face painting activity was initiated by the PFA, Angul. . Pamphlet and booklets were distributed among the people about wildlife conservation and animal welfare.
"PFA Raipur has a great team led by a young woman called Kasturi Balal. But they have no money and no access to any. Inspite of that they have taken permission from the local municipality and constructed this makeshift shelter in a garden. This holds cows, dogs, wild animals and any animal they rescue. If you would like to help build a proper shelter which will be the only one in the state of Chhatisgarh which abounds with animals , please donate . You can call her 08817562565 " Maneka Sanjay Gandhi
"With the monetary help given by you we have made temporary construction at our shelter. We have prepared our place for this rainy season. We try to give the best service to needy Animals. A kind man wants to give a 5500sq.ft plot for Animals to us till our permanent shelter gets started. Let's say for 3 to 4 years. It's around 15km from my home. We wish to work there as well, but it will require huge funds and staff.
PFA Amroha received information on 24 the April that some miscreants had stabbed a bull and tried to burn it alive. PFA Amroha brought the police and arrested the miscreant Sudama sharma. They have lodged FIR against Sudama Sharma in PS Dhnora U/s PCA act 11 and IPC 429 and the bull is under treatment .
Wildlife rehabilitation Workshop for training purposes.
People for Animals, Bangalore Chapter is now in its 20th year of operations and have rescued and rehabilitated 19,256 wildlife so far across 165 species. We are in the process of creating a wildlife rehab forum over email and also a whatsapp group where all wildlife rehabilitation queries can be addressed at quick notice. We hope to bring as many wildlife rescue centers as possible under this umbrella. We also liase with overseas rehabilitators and use their experience as well in solving cases. Sometimes the questions and answers take a bit of back and forth, but it has served us well. Photographs are also quite indicative for the diagnosis along with case history etc. We shall also soon be organising training workshops for wildlife rehabilitators at the PFA Wildlife Hospital. Last year we had conducted workshops for snake rescue centers and Veterinarians. Would request you to please share as many reference people you may be having contact addresses of. And if possible, this mail to be shared with animal rescue units.
Greetings from PFA Hyderabad. Please find attached our Annual Highlights for 2015-16.
1.PFA Ghaziabad Two: the shelter is doing well and mostly all dogs are recovering and going back even the paralysed ones have been cured with physiotherapy.
2 We have built an adoption area and made it attractive and comfortable for the interested people to come and interact with there prospective four legged companions. The kennel room has been repainted and new coolers and fans have been installed in the kennel room. ABC programme is going on though we do less number of cases(10-15 each day) but we are regular. We have made it mandatory to vaccinate all the four legged companions that come into our shelter against rabies. We have already started working on our own personalized website and it will be up by the end of this month. we have made two small ponds with used tyres for the kids at the shelter. We have installed 2 interactive CCTV cameras - one at the entrance overseeing the out patient department and one over looking the main dog compound ..
Yesterday PFA Amroha got information that a leopard had been found near Chakeshwar Tampel in Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary Dhanora range. The villagers were gathered there and they were preparing to kill the leopard. PFA Amroha team went there, called the forest department and police. Miscreants were removed from there who wanted to kill leopard.Leopard went from there safely back to the sanctuary range.
1. PFA Amroha is working to save Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary/Ganga River/wild animals and aquatic. PFA Amroha checked the matter of mining and took strict action against these sand mining mafias who are approximately 200-300 and earning per day 1 crore with the help of administration/Secretary mining Department and the cabinet minister Kamal akhtar.PFA is going to file a writ against these.
2.On the basis of PFA information 3 cows were rescued and the FIR has registered in to PS Didoli Joya under section PCA 11,CS act.
3.On the basis of PFA Information two bulls were rescued which had been sold from Goshala Rajapur for Rs 21,000. PFA talked to DM Amroha/SP to investigate all the goshalas and lodge FIR this Illegal Activity.
Submission of Monthly Report on Mobile treatment for the month of March 2016
Monthly Report of PFA-Hooghly for the month of March,2016
P.F.A - Amroha caught a truck of 25 cows/bulls on 11/03/2016. A case has been registered against Ahzad and two unknown persons u/s 3/5/8C.S Act and PCA 11 in police station Gajroula. Cattles have sent to Brijghat Goushala.
PFA Amroha has given a list of 136 cattle smugglers to IG Bareilly and to all SSPs. These are the people running the cow slaughter rackets.
1.PFA Amroha is actively working to protect the sanctuary Hastinapur from poachers . It is the largest sanctuary of U.P. which extends in to district Amroha, Bijnour, Meerut, Hapur, Mujaffarnagar and Ghaziabad. Corrupt officials and mafia collude in collusion in forest the court against them.
2- Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary is a Ramsar Zone. The U.P. government gave the sand mining contract in the sanctuary to a relative of the local minister Kamal Akhtar. The contract was cancelled due to PFA Amroha intervention.
3 PFA Amroha is also taking constant action against the sand mining mafia in Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary Brijghat and Garhmukteshwar Ganga(Ramsar Zone) where Dolphins are found.
4. A large number of fraudulent gaushalas have come up in Amroha run by butchers themselves. Under the guise of saving animals , they take them away at night and kill them. PFA Amroha has lodged FIRs agsinst these fake gaushalas.
PFA Faridabad II
F.i.r done against the langoor supplier who was supplying langur in Haryana & Faridabad.
This is to bring to your kind notice that 2 days back we rescued a pregnant langur who was tied in Faridabad by some people to get rid of monkeys..she was not gud in health as all the time she was tied in sun at a fixed place on gate..we rescued her and we also learnt now how to catch langurs we did raid after that we called wildlife inspector from Gurgaon because here wildlife inspector never supports us I am sure he has a monthly fixed...now f.i.r is registered in sec 31 thana ...we are trying to rescue all langurs from Faridabad now.
During January 2016,636 street dogs from different areas sterilized by PFA Ahmedabad and vaccinated, kept for three days , provided them good food and post operative care and released in their original location. During this month 600 dogs have been provided medical treatment including 27 disabled dogs at the pfa Ahmedabad center.
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of January 2016
ABC Operations –14
Animals treated -955
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 03
Cows – 34
Others- Piglet -1
Medicine – Rs 58126/-
Food – Rs 49675/-
HELPLESS LADY'S PLEA FOR SURVIVAL || URGENT
Activity Report -- Rescue of one spectacled Cobra on 23 January, 2016
The members of Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals rescued one Spectacled Cobra on 23rd January, 2016 from Maraikura Panchayet Office.The snake took a cosy shelter in a room and created panic. At the time of flag hoisting the staffs saw the snake and called PFA Uttardinajpur office.
It was safely released in a jungle within 100 meter of the place of rescue.
PFA Bhubaneswar Unit II
PFA Bhubaneswar Unit II activity report from end of November 2015 , till Jan 2016 end.
Activity report of the month- Treatment of Street Dog at Raiganj Court
There are many street dogs at Raiganj court premises. One of our members Smt Madhabi Chanda looks after them. Recently one of the dogs was found in a very miserable condition with its leg injury and head full of maggots. PFA Uttardinajpur treated it.
Activity Report of the month-December to January
Report-1 : - Members of 'The Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals' raid the tent of some Gypsies ( Banjaras) at Kashibati area near Raiganj and rescue two pythons from them-one Burmese Python and one Rock Python. Some bird catching tools are also seized from them. Though informed the Forest Dept didn't come. Our student member Atalanta Chowdhury kept vigil on them standing for long 5 hours. When confirmed we raided their tent and rescued the snakes. Later on the snakes are handed over to the Forest Dept that released the snakes In Sukna Wildlife Range in Darjeeling district.
Monthly Activity Report- Vaccination Drive in neighbouring Malda district
On request of Veterinary Progressive Association of Malda and a local club first time in that district Anti Rabies Vaccination drive has been made in Malda for one day by 'The Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals' on 9th January,2016. The program was inaugurated by the Food Processing and Horticulture Minister, Govt of West Bengal Mr Krishnendu Narayan Choudhury. A seminar and awareness camp was also organised for this purpose. In the uniform of Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals the members of our unit vaccinated 150 dogs against rabies in just three hours. They also treated some injured dogs on the spot that day. This type of vaccination was done for the first time in Malda. The vaccination drive was telecast live on that day .
Monthly Activity Report-December-2015 ti January-2016- Felicitation of Uttar Dinajpur PFA Unit.
There is a locality in Raiganj- its name is Bandor where the members of Uttar Dinajpur People For Animals have treated many stray bulls and street dogs and also rescued hundreds of snakes and still doing these activities on regular basis- sometimes at day time and sometimes at night whenever we receive calls. People of Bandor were greatly pleased with our activities. So they felicitated the entire team members of 'The Uttar Dinajpur People For animals' in a gala ceremony on 14th January, 2016 at Bandor. They also chose and awarded the Secretary Mr Goutam Tantia as one of the best ten people of Raiganj ( Sera Raiganjbasi) on this occasion in presence of the President Mr Gopal Mitra and vice president Sri Tapas Kanti Roy. They greatly praised the activities of People For Animals in the district. They also presented us a Memento ( Letters of Honour).
Highlights of some of the rescue cases at PFA Lucknow for Jan 2016 till date
Activity photographs for the month of Dec, 2015
|activity8.JPG||The dog rescued from Mahesh Khatir Bazar with high fever and disorientation, kept in our shelter for treatment.|
|activity7.jpg||Injured dog was rescued from Baidyabati Municipal area of Hooghly district. The lower limb portion was damaged by accident.|
|activity6.jpg||The animal lying without feet in the street near Holyhome school fo few days, rescued and treated in our shelter.|
|activity5.jpg||The animal brought in our hospital for necessary treatment.|
|aactivity4.jpg||Head injured dog by accident rescued from Bazar By Lane. Serampore and provided necessary treatment.|
|activity3.jpg||Recovery of the dog.|
|activity2.jpg||Dr. C. Chakraborty is doing necessary treatment in OPD.|
|activity1.jpg||The pup rescued after accident by a person from Mumbai PFA residing in Serampore.|
|activity.jpg||The rescued pup is treated in our shelter.|
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of December 2015
ABC Operations –22
Animals treated -910
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 05
Cows – 40
Others- (mice) -02 Piglet -1
Medicine – Rs 8115/-
Food – Rs 45,829/-
India : Rs54,722/- + Rs. 200000/- Loan/Donation Richa Gupta
Europe –Rs.10561/-(150 Euro)
At the outset please allow me to wish you and all PFA ‘A Very Happy New Year” I was in Mumbai the last and first week of Dec.and Jan.While at the airport in Mumbai on the way back I recd a call from your office asking me about the donation box at the Airport. and again when I was en route by car to Agra. I was asked to do it ASAP The airport at Agra is within the Air Force premises. I had got made small donation boxes much earlier and as the requirement was ASAP I took one with me to be kept there. The airport authorities were very cooperative. And have agreed that a bigger box to be placed at a prominent location . We have an FCRA account in Kotak Mahindra bank at Agra. We are having a lot of difficulty with this bank.Every time a remittance is recd. they ask us for a declaration which we provide.Many a times they do not ask us for a declaration and they send back the remittance. This irks our foreign donors and they back out. It is our loss We have written a letter to the bank with a copy to you which is attached. Mr. Kuledeep Thakur contacted us for our help in rescuing a duck from Amar Hotel.. I sent our doctor and an employee with him. They were there with him from 3pm to 7 pm .Our Vet was there to provide him with a certificate..
On 26/06/14 PFA BHANDARA UNIT rescued 15 cows, 3 oxen, 5 calves going for illegal slaughter
On 22/06/14 PFA BHANDARA UNIT rescued 5 cows, 4 oxen, 51calf going for illegal slaughter
Organised treatment camp from 3 Dec to 12 Dec 2015
During December 2015 857street dogs have been sterilized and vaccinated as per guidelines provided food, water all necessary postoperative care and released in their original location by PFA Ahmedabad, also given treatment more than 700 dogs 25 in our disabled shelter with physiotherapy and required medicines with good food like pedigree,milk roti etc. some of them recovered and fully cured from paralysis
Rescue and mobile treatment(Monthly report)
Report for the period Jan 2015 to Dec 2015
Meet Mahendra Shrimali, The Man Who Set up India’s First Shelter for Dogs with Disabilities
New Zealand's "celebrated" dairy industry exposed: days-old baby calves are being treated like the worst of criminals.
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Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of November 2015
ABC Operations –10
Animals treated -897
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 06
Cows – 34
Others- (mice) -02 Piglet -1
Medicine – 35963/-
Food – 44722/-
India : 45,742/-
A cat was stuck on DMRC pillar number 743 in Faridabad was rescued on 8 Dec 2015 by PFA Faridabad head by Ms Preeti Dubey.
PFa Bhilwara headed by Babulal Jaju holding a demonstration against the smuggling of camels in Rajasthan
PFA Bareilly news paper
PFA Pune filed two petitions in NGT
PFA Pune has filed two cases through their legal team headed by Harsh Garud, in National Green Tribunal . one against a firework factory in Sholapur located in a forest, which burst firecrackers for trial and cause many wild animals to die of shock or accident.Second is against slaughter house that slaughters 3.6 lakh animals a year. In both cases the notices have been issued to the respective parties.
PFA Manipur Rescue Reports
PFA Manipur Rescue Reports
The on-going cleaning of Waithou Lake is a means of saving the dwindling lake but if the timing was checked than the project might be better and rewarding. Floating biomass were cut into pieces and pulled up. As this season is of breeding for birds and arrival of migratory birds, the cleaning acted as a hazard to the poor birds. About eleven owl hatchlings had been rescued by PFA from the site. All their nest were destroyed. Workers felt pity for the small hatchlings and call up PFA for rescue.
An Oriental Pied Hornbill (langmeidong makhal ama) was saved from hands of hunters by Kwatha Environmental management and Development Organization (KEMADO), Chandel. It got an injury on its beak probably by a catapult. A spotted jungle dove and a quail was also rescued. They were trapped in net. They received some injury on their legs. The three birds were handed over to PFA. Personals of Assam Riffles were thankful for cooperation during transportation at late night.
In another development, one E. Sanatomba of Khurkhul Sebok leikai saved an eagle from the attack of crows and handed over to Pheidinga Youth Development Club (PYDC) who in turn handover to PFA Manipur. Inspector Umar Alam OC Tengnoupal PS handed over a juvenile macaque (monkey) to PFA Manipur. Unfortunately the monkey was died due to its mouth infection. He saved the orphaned juvenile from villagers.
Report PFA Alipurduar October
PFA Alipurduar report with pictures
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of October 2015
ABC Operations –15
Animals treated - 922
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 05
Cows – 31
Others- (mice) -02 Piglet -1
Medicine – 76080/-
Food – 44988/-
India : 26802/-
PFA Uttardinajpur caught one snake charmer red-handed at Pirojpur village, Karnojora near Raiganj on 16/08/2015. along with the snakes. In the court the snake charmer did not get bail and sentenced to 15 days imprisonment. The name of the snake charmer is Bishu Mal and he is a resident of Jirat village, Hishabi, North 24 Pargana
Monthly Report of PFA-Hooghly for the month of September,2015
Monthly Progress Report for the month of September,2015 along with activities photographs and expenditure statement for the above period are sending herewith for your kind perusal please.
1. No. of animal treated (Cliinic) : 27 Nos.
2. No. of animal treated (Field) : 07 Nos.
3. No. of Vaccination : 05 Nos.
4. No. of Animal rescued : 04 Nos. Dog & 01 No. Cat.
5. No. of Animal sheltered : 34 Nos. Dog & 45 Nos. Cat
Income-cum-Expenditure Statement (for the period from 1st to 30th Sept.,2015)
1. Animal Feeding : Rs. 13,600/-
2. Maintenance : Rs. 10,305/-
3. Medicines : Rs. 02615/-
4. Gas & Fuel : Rs. 01,188/-
5. Electricity : Rs. 01,543/-
6. Stationery : Rs.00,090/-
7. Remunaration : Rs.22.200/-
8. Telephone Bill : Rs. 00,440/-
Total : Rs. 51,981/-
1. Donation : Rs. 12,100/-
2. Shelter Income : Rs. 06,550/-
Total : Rs. 18,650/-
Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of September 2015
ABC Operations – 16
Animals treated - 965
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Cats – 05
Cows – 30
Others- (mice) - 02
Medicine – 4,656/-
Food – 44,372/-
Salary – 97,542/-
India - Rs48048/-
Europe – FCRA 54251. 40 (750 Euros)
America - Nil
PFA Uttar Dinajpur
PFA Uttar Dinajpur
PFA Uttar Dinajpur