Stray cattle continues to cause accidents on Faridabad Roads
There is no ban or rule for cattle or their owners, who left cattle on road. Cattle owners should sent their cattle to government or NGO shelters. All the cattle on the streets just neglected by their owners. When they go in search of food from litter in the roads, they end up hit by vehicles or fall in to pits. 75% of such injured cattle do not survive.
Faridabad Animal Government system or Administration should start some kind of activity like some identification mark on cattle like cows.. so that appropriate action can be taken against cattle owners.
Request to all Faridabad residents, please so needful if anybody is there, who belongs to MCF or Government.
I reproduce belowmy suggestion posted to BJP planners and this forum user on 14 June 2014 ( a year back) when the policy planning and review process were just beginning by the new government.
We always hear the news of stray cattle attacking humans or damaging property/cars.
the problem has become all the more acute after the ban on cow slaughter is imposed. I am not against ban but the bull menace is rampant all over the country and needs attention and convergence of views of policy planners in the central government.
Posted on 14 June 2014 by me:
I suggest the Animal Husbandry Department under the Central Ministry of Agriculture to frame a suitable policy regarding the stray cattle, animals roaming freely and also endangering life of citizens at times by attacking or due to fighting amongst themselves.
The policy should cover broad aspects and guidance as to how to deal or cope up with incidents of attack by these animals and preventive action to be taken mandatorily by the concerned civic agency.
Presently such a policy lacks totally and is required immediately by rising number of such attacks by stray cattle. The policy should also contain principle/s as to how to take care of such animals and the agency to look after them. It should be the first guideline to withdraw such stray cattle/animals seen anywhere in the cities or urban/semi urban areas.
People are loosing lives and at times getting badly injured by such animal attacks.
I feel this type of policy is very much needed immediately more