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Before the Court of Honble District Magistrate / Sub

Divisional Magistrate,
Petitioner move this application under Central Government Act: Section 133 in The Code
of Criminal Procedure, 1973 read with the IPC 268, 289, 324 and 399 of Delhi Municipal
Corporation Act, 1957 etc; Conditional order for removal of public nuisance, due to illegal
and unlawful meat shop cum slaughter houses, stray cattles, dogs and monkeys / Misuse of
Oxytocin and polythene, whereas animal are being shifted in non ISI goods transport
vehicles and strict compliance of Intensive National Cleanliness Campaign because all field
functionaries of Delhi Administration, NDMC with MCDs, are not performing their
official duties and whole Universe going to celebrate International Day for Non Violence,
on the eve of Gandhi jayanti, whereas unlawful slaughter houses are functioning, animals
are abused and man animal conflict increasing day by day.
Naresh Kadyan s/o Ch. O. P. Kadyan, Member, State Committee for Slaughter Houses,
Department of Urban and Local Bodies (Govt. of Haryana), C-38, Rose Apartment,
Prashant Vihar, sector-14, Rohini, Delhi / Chairman, People for Animals Haryana / Master
Trainer, AWBI / Volunteer of WCCB / Convener, Animal Welfare Party / Rep. of UN
affiliated OIPA in India / Convener, Kadyan Khap International.
1. All Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Delhi.
2. All In charge of Veterinary wing of NDMC
3. All BDOs, Delhi.
4. Delhi Agriculture Marketing Board.
5. DCP, Delhi.
6. Delhi Pollution Control Board.
7. Labour Commissioner / Labour Officer, Delhi.
8. PFA / Food Safety Officer, Delhi.
9. AWBI through Delhi State Animal Welfare Board.
10. Delhi SPCA.
11. Chief Wildlife Warden, Delhi.
12. Director, Animal Husbandry of Municipal Corporation, Delhi.
13. Director, Animal Husbandry, Delhi Administration.
14. In charge, Gazipur slaughter house.

Respectfully showth:

1. Complainant is a non-official Member of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses

(Govt. of Haryana) and this Committee fully Authorized, to get information from
the District Committee for Slaughter House, headed by the Deputy Commissioner,
conduct Inspection and to crack down the unlawful slaughter houses, with the help
of local Enforcement Agencies, where 10 or more animals and birds are being
O R D E R dated 23-8-2012 in CWP No. 309 of 2003, passed by the Honble
Supreme Court of India:
These writ petitions have been preferred in public interest seeking various
directions to the State Governments as well as to the Union of India, Ministry of
Environment and Forest, Animal Welfare Board of India and other statutory
authorities to effectively implement the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (Establishment and Registration of Societies for Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals) Rules, 2000 and also the provisions of Environment Protection Act, 1986,
Schedule I, Entry 50 and also Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules,
2000 etc. Further, direction is also sought to ensure that the animals meant for
slaughter are not transported in violation of Transport of Animals Rule, 1978 and
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Transport on Foot) Rules, 2000. Further,
prayers have also been made to ensure that the recognized slaughter houses are in
conformity with the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Slaughter
House) Rules, 2000 and also for other consequential reliefs. A detailed affidavit has
been filed by the Central Pollution Control Board (for short CPCB) as early as in
October, 2003 wherein they have categorically stated as follows:
The CPCB is of the view that the slaughter houses generate substantial quantities of
effluents and solid wastes. These slaughter houses causes nuisance by way of foul
smell due to improper handling. It is, therefore, necessary that these units should
install pollution control devices so that they can comply with the prescribed
standards. Further, it was stated that the existing slaughter houses need to
modernize their operations with greater emphasis of utilization of waste to reduce
environmental problems and to maintain hygienic conditions. It is also pointed out
that most of the slaughter houses in the country are very old and operate without
basic amenities such as proper flooring, water supply, ventilation etc., and there is
no need to upgrade old slaughter houses on modern lines. Therefore, the CPBC
submitted that all the slaughter houses in the country should comply with the
prescribed standards. The local municipal agencies and concerned police should
ensure that no illegal slaughtering takes place and also the units conform to the
standards set by the State Pollution Control Boards and
Pollution Control Committees. This Court has passed various orders alerting the
State Governments to properly implement the various provisions referred to
hereinbefore but still no effective steps have been taken by various States either to

constitute Committees or to see that the slaughter houses are functioning in

accordance with the rules framed. The matters have again come up for hearing
today. Learned senior counsel appearing for the Ministry of Environment and
Forest (MoEF) brought to our knowledge a decision taken by the MoEF under the
Chairmanship of Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forest on 26.04.2012. In
the meeting, the CPCB has presented its status of 15 States whereas the Ministry of
Labour gave a status of 20 States and the action plan was also discussed. After
examining the matter in depth by the Committee, they found the necessity of
constituting State Committee for slaughter houses to fulfill the mandatory
requirements under the various legislations dealing with the functioning of the
slaughter houses in the country. The decision of dated 26.04.2012 is extracted
hereunder for easy reference:"1. CPCB will write to all States informing about its guidelines for slaughter houses.
[Action: CPCB)
2. CPCB will also initiate action against all slaughter houses which are not meeting
the norms and implement the abattoir rules through SPCB. It was discussed that
SPCB even has powers to close slaughter houses under these rules.
[Action: CPCB)
3. States to be requested to constitute State Committee for Slaughter Houses as
i) Secretary of the Department of Urban Development of the State-Chairman.
ii) Rep. Department of Health.
iii) Rep. Department of Animal Husbandry.
iv) Rep. Department of Labour.
v) Food Safety Commissioner representing Central Food Safety and Standard
Authority of India.
vi) Rep. State Pollution Control Board.
vii) Rep. State Animal Welfare Board.
viii) Rep. of State Police.
ix) 2 prominent persons nominated by state government.
x) Such other officers and experts as the members may choose to co-opt.
4. Functions of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses so constituted may be as
i) to identify and prepare a list of all the Slaughter Houses (S.H.s) located within the
local self Govt. (Municipal Corporations, Panchayats etc.)
ii) to call for reports from the District Magistrate or the Dy. Commissioner and
District Food Safety Inspector as the case may be on the condition/functioning of the
S.H.s and also on the compliance of the relevant applicable laws.
iii) to recommend modernization of old slaughter houses (S.H.s) and to relocate
S.H.s which are located within or in close proximity of a residential area.

iv) to recommend appropriate measures for dealing with solid waste, water/air
pollution and for preventing cruelty to the animals meant for slaughter.
v) to carry out surprise & random inspections of S.H.s regularly and to issue
directions for compliance of the recommendations that may be made by it.
vi) to send bi-annual reports on the state S.H.s to the Central Committee and to
refer issues that may require Central Committee recommendations or Central Govt.
vii) to accord final approval for licensing of S.H.S to Local Self Govt.
viii) to identify on an ongoing basis, the unlicensed slaughter houses in the region,
and other unlicensed, unlawful establishments where animals are being slaughtered,
on howsoever a small scale, and take the help of the District Magistrate and other
law enforcement agencies to crack down on the same.
viii) To check for child labour.
[Action: AWD)"
Learned counsel appearing for the petitioners also pointed out the necessity of
including the Secretary, Local Self Government as well as the Secretary, Panchayat
Raj also as Committee Members for effective implementation of the various
legislations. Further, it was also pointed out that even though the decision was taken
by the MoEF on 26.04.2012 the same was forwarded to various State Governments
only on 2.7.2012 and so far no effective steps have been taken by the State
Governments to constitute the Committee and to take further follow up action. The
functions to be discharged by such Committees have also been dealt with in the
meeting held on 26.04.2012 for proper implementation. The early constitution of the
committees is, therefore, highly necessary for proper and speedy implementation of
the rules under the various enactments. In such circumstances, we are inclined to
give direction to all the State Governments and the Union Territories to constitute
the State Committees for slaughters houses, as decided in the meeting held on
26.04.2012, including the Secretary, Local Self Government as well as Secretary,
Panchayat Raj as Members of the Committee over and above the Members already
mentioned. Since the matter is pending in this Court for a number of years, we are
inclined to give directions to the State Governments and the Union Territories to
constitute the Committees within a period of one month and report compliance.
Further, we also direct CPCB to write to all the State Governments informing about
the guidelines for slaughter houses as well as to initiate action against all slaughter
houses which are not meeting the norms and implement the abattoir rules through
State Pollution Control Board (SPCB). The CPCB will initiate steps within a period
of two weeks from today. The CPCB is also directed to submit its report within a
period of one month.
2. Central Government Act: Section 133 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973;
133. Conditional order for removal of nuisance -

(1) Whenever a District Magistrate or a Sub- divisional Magistrate or any other

Executive Magistrate specially empowered in this of behalf by the State
Government, on receiving the report of a police officer or other information and on
taking such evidence (if any) as he thinks fit, considers(a) that any unlawful obstruction or nuisance should be removed from any public
place or from any way, river or channel which is or may be lawfully used by the
public; or
(b) that the conduct of any trade or occupation, or the keeping of any goods or
merchandise, is injurious to the health or physical comfort of the community, and
that in consequence such trade or occupation should be prohibited or regulated or
such goods or merchandise should be removed or the keeping thereof regulated; or
(c) that the construction of any building, or, the disposal of any substance, as is
likely to occasion configuration or explosion, should be prevented or stopped; or
(d) that any building, tent or structure, or any tree is in such a condition that it is
likely to fall and thereby cause injury to persons living or carrying on business in
the neighborhood or passing by, and that in consequence the removal, repair or
support of such building, tent or structure, or the removal or support of such tree, is
necessary; or
(e) that any tank, well or excavation adjacent to any such way or public place should
be fenced in such manner as to prevent danger arising to the public; or
(f) that any dangerous animal should be destroyed, confined or otherwise disposed
of, such Magistrate may make a conditional order requiring the person causing such
obstruction or nuisance, or carrying on such trade or occupation, or keeping any
such goods or merchandise, or owning, possessing or controlling such building, tent,
structure, substance, tank, well or excavation, or owning or possessing such animal
or tree, within a time to be fixed in the order(i) to remove such obstruction or nuisance; or
(ii) to desist from carrying on, or to remove or regulate in such manner as may be
directed, such trade or occupation, or to remove such goods or merchandise, or to
regulate the keeping thereof in such manner as may be directed; or
(iii) to prevent or stop the construction of such building, or to alter the disposal of
such substance; or
(iv) to remove, repair or support such building, tent or structure, or to remove or
support such trees; or
(v) to fence such tank, well or excavation; or
(vi) to destroy, confine or dispose of such dangerous animal in the manner provided
in the said order; or, if he objects so to do, to appear before himself or some other
Executive Magistrate subordinate to him at a time and place to be fixed by the
Order, and show cause, in the manner hereinafter provided, why the order should
not be made absolute.

(2) No order duly made by a Magistrate under this section shall be called in question
in any Civil Court. Explanation- a public place includes also property belonging
to the State, camping grounds and grounds left unoccupied for sanitary or
recreative purposes.
3. In your jurisdiction, neither have legal slaughter house, functional Infirmaries and
effective Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals SPCA.
4. The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 read with the rules made out as per
section 38 of the said legislation, being ignored by the respondents;
A. Establishment of SPCA Rules, 2001.
B. Slaughter House Rules, 2001.
C. Cattle Transport Rules, 1978 amended in 2001.
D. The Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001.
E. The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Registration of Cattle Premises) Rules, 1978.
F. The Prevention of Cruelty to Drought and Pack Animals Rules, 1965 amended 1968.
G. The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Transport of Animals on Foot) Rules, 2001.
H. The Performing Animals (Registration) Rules, 2001.
5. Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules. It would also be pertinent to mention here that the Govt. of
India, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways amended its Motor Vehicle Act and
animals and birds can be shifted as per their shape and size, in ISI specified vehicles.
6. FSSAI and APEDA also issued guidelines about functioning of slaughter houses and
shifting of animals and birds.
7. IPC 268, 289, 324.
8. Delhi Municipal Corporation Act, 1957.
9. Provisions of Environment Protection Act, 1986.
10. Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000.
11. Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
12. Strict compliance of orders passed by the court of law.
13. Delhi Police Act, 1978.

14. The Delhi Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 1994.

15. Delhi Agricultural Produce Marketing (Regulation) Act, 1976 (replaced by 1998 Act).
1. Issue directions, to identify the unlawful meat shops cum slaughter houses, in rural
and urban areas of the District and then crack down the same, as per orders passed
by the Honble Supreme Court of India, as per time frame policy.
2. Issue directions, for strict compliance of all legislations concerned about animal
welfare, during their shifting in non ISI specified goods transport vehicles.
3. Issue directions, for proper functioning of Infirmaries and SPCAs.
4. Issue directions, to issue licenses, to all eligible persons, applied to trade meat, as per
set procedures, rules and regulations enforced, meat shops / slaughter house may be
shut down on the eve of International Day for Non-Violence.
5. Issue directions, to upgrade existing Slaughter House and make it functional, as per
set procedure, rules and regulations enforced.
6. Issue directions, to look after the census of animals, for further protection and
prohibition of the slaughter, keeping in view the census of animals, productive
animals and birds should not offered to slaughter, pre-mortem and post-mortem be
mandatory before slaughtering, ban the supply of unhygienic meat for human
consumption, Introduce strong legislations for animals welfare.
7. Issue directions, to identify Child labour, rescue them for further rehabilitation.
8. Issue directions, to develop the mechanism of demand and supply of meat and
chicken, within the jurisdiction of each Districts, because concerned Authorities
should know the actual demand of meat consumption in the area. It would also be
pertinent to mention here that Gazipur slaughter house, have three shifts, two for
local consumption, without knowing demand and third for export for personnel
gain and profit, whereas animals and birds are being brought in very cruel manner,
without verifying pre transport permit, as required under section 96 of the Cattle
Transport Rules, 1978 amended in 2001 and 2009.
9. Agreement and allotment of all unlawful and illegal slaughter houses cum meat
shops needs to be cancelled at once, Government property and shop premises be get
vacated, in case of Government bodies.
10. All encroachments with unlawful slaughter houses / meat shops needs to be crack
down without any further delay, appointing Duty Magistrates.
11. Intensive National Cleanliness Campaign be given top priority with International
Day for Non-Violence, mobilizing NGO, NSS, Eco / Rotary clubs and Nehru Yuva
Kendras etc, including Panchyati Raaj with Local Bodies Institutions.
12. Poultry birds does not have any rules and regulations for their slaughtering, as it
cannot covered under the definition of cattle, whereas animals and birds cant
treated as goods being living creatures, who have feelings and they can travel as per

their shape and size instead by weight, bye laws be prepared for poultry birds,
whereas in Delhi, poultry birds are treated as agriculture product, which is totally
wrong and objectionable, living creature, cant be treated as agriculture product.
13. Training workshops on animal rights and their welfare be arranged regularly, as
per decision of the State Committee for Slaughter houses, for Civil / Police and
Judicial Officers.
14. Article 51 A (g) of Indian Constitution also needs immediate attention; to protect
and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life,
and to have compassion for living creatures.
15. Animal birth Control for stray dogs also be implemented along with the rescue of
stray cattles from the road and streets, as public nuisance and similar action
required for monkeys as well for further rehabilitation in their natural habitat,
after identification of family adopting scientific methods of capturing.
16. All unlawful dairies also need attention and dislocation from present place to
outside the locality, as per rules and regulations framed by the Government.
17. Ban the presence of Elephant being wild animal, under your jurisdiction.
18. Performances of monkeys are prohibited by the Government, abused dancing
monkey needs immediate rescue for further rehabilitation.
19. Camels are being badly abused by the Circuses, hence permission for performance
with camels may not be granted; introduce camel transportation rules and
20. Kite flying is an offense because, as per section 94 of the Delhi Police Act, 1978,
which states that no person shall fly a kite or any other thing so as to cause danger,
injury or alarm to person, animals or property, whereas Chinese manza is also
dangerous and threat to public life, even not safe for kite players, being good
conductor of electricity, hence its import be banned.
21. Progress and achievements needs to be reviewed at the level of monthly meetings of
the District Administration all around in Delhi, sub division level as well.
22. Proper coordination amongst all field functionaries also needs to be improved and
need to regulate pet shops and dogs with aquarium fish breeding, whereas Law
Commission of India endorsed vide their report No. 261.
23. Control misuse of oxytocin injections for lactation, unlawful production / trading /
possession along with similar action on polythene as well.
24. Man animal conflict increases day by day, stray cattle, dogs and monkeys creating
public nuisance all around, whereas National Rabies scheme introduced, proper
functioning of SPCA at each District head quarter, likewise MoU was signed
between CZA, WII with University of California, Davis for research on various
aspect related to rhesus macaque.
25. Recharging of ground water also needs immediate attention, whereas concerned
officials are not taking seriously.

26. The cow is a symbol of the Earth, the nourisher, the ever-giving, undemanding
provider. The cow represents life and the sustenance of life. Just as a liberated soul
gives freely of his spiritual knowledge, so too does this gentle and generous animal
who takes nothing more than water, grass and grain, and gives unstintingly all
through her life. The cow is vital to life and sustenance. She is a symbol of grace and
abundance, and embodies the virtues of gentle selflessness. The cow is a uniquely
Indian symbol, revered and protected down the ages by Hindu and Mughal rulers
alike. She became a point of honour during Indias freedom struggle and her
protection was unanimously included in the Indian Constitution by our Founding
Fathers, the Haryana 'Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan' Bill, passed by
the Haryana Legislative Assembly but not yet implemented like Camel protection
bill of Rajasthan, like wise Cow progeny may kindly be declare as state animal of
27. Replace toothless Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 with the draft of
Animal Welfare Act, under consideration with the Govt. of India, being animal as
state subject.
28. Environment Ministry bans multidose vial of Diclofenac to save vultures:
Keeping in view the severity of the situation and the need to conserve and protect
vultures from extinction, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
has requested the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to restrict the pack of
Diclofenac for human use in single dose only. Earlier, the Ministry of Environment,
Forest and Climate Change, in consultation with the Ministry of Health and Family
Welfare, published a Gazette notification no G.S.R 558 (E) dated 17th July, 2015,
regarding the restriction on packaging of multi-dose vial of Diclofenac to single dose
for human use. Even after banning the use of Diclofenac for veterinary use, the
multi-dose vials available in the market for human use were widely misused for
veterinary purpose. This, in turn, has a severe impact on the population of vultures.
The commonly-used anti-inflammatory drug for cattle is considered the chief cause
for the steep decline in the number of vultures in recent years. The drug is harmless
to the cattle it is administered to, but is fatal for the vultures, who routinely feed on
the carcass of dead cattle. Studies have shown that the drug causes kidney and liver
failure in vultures.
Earlier, in 2006, the Government of India had imposed a ban on the use of
Diclofenac for treating cattle.
29. In a bid to control illegal slaughter of animals on Eid ul-Zuha or Bakrid, the
environment ministry has asked all state governments to ensure that no illegal
killing of animals, including cows, takes place, and that animals are not subjected to
cruelty during transportation. It is a fact that large numbers of animals are
slaughtered during Bakrid festival. Kindly note that as per Rule 3 of the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals Rules, 2001, no person shall slaughter any animal within a
municipal area except in a slaughter house recognized or licensed by the authority
concerned, read a letter sent by the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) to all
states ahead of Bakrid, which was celebrated on 25 September. The letter dated 17
August has been sent to chief secretaries, directors general of police and the animal

husbandry departments of states. no animal which is pregnant, has an offspring

less than three months old or is under three months of age and has not been certified
by a veterinary doctor to be in a fit condition to be slaughtered shall be
slaughtered, the letter said. Bakrid is one of the major festivals of Muslims, during
which animals are sacrificed. AWBI, which is under the environment ministrys
control, also asked states to ensure that animals are not subjected to any cruelty
during transportation. It is reported that during the transportation of animals, the
owners of the animals do not follow the animal welfare laws and Transport of
Animal Rules, which prescribe the number of animals which can be transported in a
vehicle, resulting in cruelty to animals. It is noticed that the animals suffer and are
subjected to various cruelties and some of the animals even die during
transportation, the letter said. The AWBI directive clarified that camels cannot
be slaughtered. Camels cannot be slaughtered for food at all. Also wherever the
cow slaughter prohibition act is in force, slaughtering of cows should not be allowed
at all, the letter said. The animal welfare board, a statutory advisory body on
animal welfare laws, urged states to strictly enforce animal welfare legislation.
Quoting several Supreme Court judgments relating to animal welfare, AWBI asked
states to direct all the authorities concerned to take all precautionary measures to
strictly implement the animal welfare laws to stop illegal killing of animals and to
take stringent action against the offenders It asked states to inform it of action
taken on the directive, hence it is prayed that what action you have taken, to comply
with the said instructions.
30. IPC 268: Public nuisance.A person is guilty of a public nuisance who does any act
or is guilty of an illegal omission which causes any common injury, danger or
annoyance to the public or to the people in general who dwell or occupy property in
the vicinity, or which must necessarily cause injury, obstruction, danger or
annoyance to persons who may have occasion to use any public right. A common
nuisance is not excused on the ground that it causes some convenience or advantage.
31. Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 15 June 2007 of the United Nation
[without reference to a Main Committee (A/61/L.62 and Add.1)]
61/271. International Day of Non-Violence
The General Assembly,
Reaffirming the Charter of the United Nations, including
the principles and purposes contained therein,
Recalling its resolutions 53/243 A and B of 13 September
1999, containing the Declaration on a Culture of Peace and
the Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace, 55/282 of
7 September 2001 on the International Day of Peace and 61/45
of 4 December 2006 on the International Decade for a Culture
of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World,
20012010, as well as other relevant resolutions,
Bearing in mind that non-violence, tolerance, full respect
for all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all,

democracy, development, mutual understanding and respect

for diversity are interlinked and mutually reinforcing,
Reaffirming the universal relevance of the principle of
non-violence, and desiring to secure a culture of peace,
tolerance, understanding and non-violence,
1. Decides, with effect from the sixty-second session of
the General Assembly and guided by the Charter of the
United Nations, to observe the International Day of NonViolence on 2 October each year, with the International Day
being brought to the attention of all people for its celebration
and observance on this date;
2. Invites all Member States, organizations of the United
Nations system, regional and non-governmental organizations
and individuals to commemorate the International Day of
Non-Violence in an appropriate manner and to disseminate
the message of non-violence, including through education and
public awareness;
3. Requests the Secretary-General to recommend ways
and means by which the United Nations system and the
United Nations Secretariat could, within existing resources,
assist Member States, upon request, in organizing activities to
commemorate the International Day of Non-Violence;
4. Also requests the Secretary-General to take necessary
measures, within existing resources, for the observance by the
United Nations of the International Day of Non-Violence;
5. Further requests the Secretary-General to keep the
General Assembly informed at its sixty-third session of the
implementation of the present resolution, within the United
Nations system, as regards the observance of the International
Day of Non-Violence.
103rd plenary meeting
15 June 2007
On the eve of Internal Day of Non-Violence, what steps, you have taken, to remove
the public nuisance and to promote Swachh Delhi Mission.

Naresh Kadyan, Abhishek Kadyan with Miss Sukanya Kadyan,

Whats App: 9813010595; Email:

The Delhi Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 1994:

Section 2: Definitions, (a) Agricultural Cattle means an animal specified in the Schedule;
Section 4: Prohibition on slaughter of Agricultural Cattle.
Note: This section makes it illegal to slaughter agricultural cattle; Notwithstanding anything
contained in any other law for the time being force or in any usage or custom to the contrary, no
person shall slaughter or cause to be slaughtered or offer or cause to be offered for slaughter any
agricultural cattle, section 5: Prohibition on transport or export of agricultural cattle for
Note: This section prohibits the transport or export of agricultural cattle for slaughter. Sub
section (3) states that a person can only export an agricultural animal after getting a permit from
the concerned veterinary officer.
(1) No person shall transport or offer for transport or cause to be transported agricultural cattle
from any place within Delhi to any place outside Delhi, for the purpose of its slaughter in
contravention of the provisions of this Act or with the knowledge that it will be or is likely to be,
so slaughtered.
(2) No person shall export or cause to be exported any agricultural cattle for the purpose of
slaughter either directly or through his agent or servant or any other person acting on his behalf
in contravention of the provision of this Act or with the knowledge that it will be or is likely to
be slaughtered.
(3) Any person desiring to export any agricultural cattle shall apply for a permit to concerned
Veterinary Officer stating the reasons for which they are to be exported and the number of
agricultural cattle with age and sex and also the name of the State/Union Territory to which they
are proposed to be exported and shall further file a declaration to the effect that the agricultural
cattle for which the permit for export is required, shall not be slaughtered.
Section 7:
Prohibition on sale, purchase, disposal in any other manner of agricultural cattle:
Note: This section makes it illegal to buy, sell or dispose of any agricultural cattle if the person
has any reason to believe that such transaction would lead to the agricultural cattle being
No person shall purchase, sell or otherwise dispose of or offer to purchase, sell or otherwise
dispose of any agricultural cattle for slaughter of knowing or having reason to believe that such
agricultural cattle shall be slaughtered.
Section 8: Prohibition on possession of flesh of Agricultural Cattle:
Note: This section makes it illegal for a person to possess the flesh of any agricultural cattle
which has been illegally slaughtered against the sections of this Act.
Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force no person shall
have in his possession flesh of any agricultural slaughtered in contravention of the provisions of
this Act. Section 9: Prohibition on possession of flesh of Agricultural Cattle slaughtered outside
Delhi. Note: This section makes it illegal for a person to possess the flesh of any agricultural
cattle which was slaughtered outside Delhi, No person shall have in his possession flesh of any
agricultural cattle slaughtered outside Delhi.

Whereas Gandhian Ideologist, philosopher, environmentalist, trade unionist, social

reformer, RTI and animal rights activist Naresh Kadyan, former Duty Magistrate and
District Khadi and Village Industries Officer, Nominee of CPCSEA, Nodal Inspecting
Authority for Animal Welfare Division (Govt. of India), founder Chairman of the People
for Animals (PFA) Haryana, representing United Nations affiliated the International
Organisation for Animal Protection - OIPA in India, Master Trainer,
Animal Welfare Board of India, Volunteers of the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau
(Ministry of Environment and Forest).
Naresh Kadyan, C-38, Rose Apartment, sector-14, Prashant Vihar, Rohini, Delhi - 110085
was born on 10th October, 1961 in village Siwana, now in Jhajjar District of Haryana, he is
a Master Trainer of the Animal Welfare Board of India, had been Nodal Inspecting
Authority for Haryana and adjoining areas of Rajasthan of the Animal Welfare Division
(Govt. of India), Nominee of the CPCSEA, Masters in Journalism and Mass
Communication along with Post Graduate Diploma in J&MC, Diploma in Footwear
Technology along with Advance course with Distinction as well, elected as Member of the
Clothing and Footwear Institute, London on November 8th, 1988. He had been a reporter
for the Jagiriti, a journal of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission KVIC.
Naresh Kadyan have successfully organized many camps on blood donation, eye donation,
plantation, awareness about social evils like dowry, honour killings, illiteracy, infants
marriage, killing of female child etc. , he has been elected three time state President of the
Haryana Khadi Board Employees Union and founder Secretary General, National Khadi
and Village Industries Board Employees Federation (An apex body of all states KVIB
Employees Unions). He has arranged blood donation camp on January 30th, 1996 with the
Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board at Manimajra, Chandigarh and then on
October 2nd, 1996 with District Administration, Delhi followed by another on October 2nd,
Naresh Kadyan is a first complainant under the Right to Information Act, 2005 as he has
moved complaint on 19-10-2005, asking about 370 in J&K and compiled a book on animal
related laws in Hindi, like wise he prepared a book on animal slaughtering. Naresh Kadyan
has been Duty Magistrate during prohibition policy in Haryana.
Animals are being abused during transportation, 29 oxen and 59 Rajasthani calves rescued
and then moved campaign to ban animal transportation in goods transport vehicles,
maximum FIR's were lodged against offenders and animals were rescued, then Ministry of
Social Justice and Empowerment (Govt. of India) made a documentary on live raids in
midnight at Bahadurgarh. Naresh Kadyan compiled a book in Hindi on the animal related
laws in India. The National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal injecting Oxytocin injections
for lactation on the Buffaloes but Naresh Kadyan lodged FIR against animal abuse because
it was a crime as per section 12 of the PCA Act, 1960 then he moved public interest
litigation before High Court at Chandigarh. A special cattle train was caught by Naresh
Kadyan on 10th December, 2000 for the violation of the animal related legislation's,

banned oxytocin was recovered which were injected in 5 boogies 65 cows for lactation and
these all accused were punished by the concerned court at Delhi, similar special cattle train
of 40 boogies was also stopped for the violation of animal related laws, FIR was lodged with
the GRP, Gaziabad on 28th December, 2000 and the Allahabad High court upheld the
objections raised by Naresh Kadyan, animals were rescued, handed over to the local
animal shelters. Border Security Force - BSF also shifting camels in a cruel manner from
Rajasthan to Delhi for Republic parade but this animal abuse was exposed by Naresh
Kadyan, in Jammu and Kashmir horses were abused at Katra then Naresh Kadyan moved
first complaint on 19th October, 2005 under Right to Information Act, 2005 raising this
issue because due to special status state as per the Constitution of India, Indian animal
related laws are not enforced over there. Sheep's and Goats are being abused under Indian
Army supply cover but Naresh Kadyan exposed this crime against animals as well. The
Govt. of India made out rules for slaughter houses in 2001 and these rules were
implemented by Naresh Kadyan lodging FIR against illegal slaughter houses in Ballabgarh
(Delhi). Conchs and corals are also banned in India; Naresh Kadyan found these articles in
Kurukshetra, Mathura, Haridwar and legal actions have been initiated.
He has contributed a lot and a man behind rehabilitation of the performing animals like
lion, bear, panther, monkey and bear, due to his efforts all dancing bears are now out from
the Indian roads and streets because he introduced a scheme for rehabilitation of
kalandher along with their performing animals like monkey and bear, later this scheme
was successfully implemented by the Wildlife SOS and Wildlife Trust of India, more than
600 dancing bears rescued and no one left to perform in captivity. He has rescued many
dancing bears from the Kalanders, lodged FIR with the Police Station, Sonipat, Salhawas,
Delhi, Delhi (Haryana) and Shalimar Bagh in Delhi. He played a key role to rescue 29
performing lions and a bear from the Russian Komal circus from Delhi in Haryana, Asiad
circus from Dehradun, Amar circus from Karnal, laxmi female sick elephant was also
rescued from Dhand in Kaithal and same was shifted to Delhi Zoo, which was died later,
Apollo circus at Meerut, and Western circus at Delhi. He has contributed with the ZEE
News to rescue African lion Narsinhma from a farm house of Muzaffar Nagar, this lion
belongs to Asian circus and Naresh Kadyan lodged a complaint against this circus while
stationed at Delhi, owner ran away along with two lions and cub from Delhi, both lions
were died at farm house and cub Narsinhma became adult, same was rescued and
rehabilitated in rescue center at Nahar Garh, Jaipur after lodging FIR against offenders
with Dalanwala Police station.
Naresh Kadyan, a whistle blower of former captain of Indian cricket team Mansur Ali
Khan Pataudi black buck hunting along with two hares in 2005, he took the carcass for
postmortem cum identification of species to Delhi zoo and he is faces criminal proceedings
for his strong activism. Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI recognized his work
declaring Star of the month, later he strongly opposed accused bail in the High Court at
Chandigarh and raised the jurisdiction issue and get trial shifted from Jhajjar to Special
Environment court at Delhi. A black buck and Chinkara was illegally captured by the Air
Force Station, Sirsa officials and make unrecognized mini zoo within the Air Force station
premises but Naresh Kadyan moved complaint, both animals were rescued and
rehabilitated at Deer park, Delhi. The Chief Wild Life Warden of Haryana failed to take

legal action then he filed a complaint before Special Environment Court at Kurukshetra,
likewise a black buck was hunted in Udmi village of Panipat, FIR was lodged and when due
to politically pressure Administration moved to cancel the case but Naresh Kadyan moved
complaint in this case as well before the Special Environment Court at Kurukshetra. A
black buck was also found in the captivity of a Chairman, Haryana Tourism Corporation's
residence at Dharuheda but same was also rescued and rehabilitated in Delhi zoo by
Naresh Kadyan, due to this strong activism Naresh Kadyan was harassed by then Haryana
Govt. A black buck was captured by the officials of Wildlife science faculty of Aligarh
Muslim University, same was rescued by the UP Wildlife Department without any legal
action against offenders but Naresh Kadyan lodged FIR No. 491 dated 9th July, 2011
against five officials of the faculty as well. Elephant polo was held at Jaipur in 2006 but
Naresh Kadyan raised the issue and then moved public interest litigation about elephant
abuse, Rajasthan High Court - Jaipur Bench banned the operation of Iron Ankush on the
PIL moved by him. Chimpanzee was abused in the feature film Janseen, Elephants in
Jodha Akbar, horses in Drona and all these issues were raised by Naresh Kadyan.
Mongoose is a protected wild animal but people used its hair paint brushes. Naresh
Kadyan moved a campaign in India for awareness and many legal actions were initiated
like huge mongoose hairs along with paint brushes were recovered from Ambala Cantt,
Delhi, Bhiwani, Delhi, Ballabgarh, Narnaul, Rewari, Bahadurgarh in Haryana,
Jahangirpuri in Delhi and in Hyderabad, where as this project was sponsored by the
Wildlife Trust of India.
Leopards are being killed due to conflict between human beings with the wild animals,
leopards were killed at Jind, Karnal, Delhi, Delhi, one was badly beaten in Delhi another
was illegally captured by a farm house owner in Delhi but all these issues were raised by
Naresh Kadyan. Many online petitions successfully operated to get support of local and
International communities, due to his strong campaigning peacock feathers trade was
proposed to be banned, the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 and the Wild Life
Protection Act, 1972 draft bills were prepared for replacement of PCA Act, 1960 with the
Animal Welfare Act, 2011 and to amend the WP Act, 1972. Adoption of Zoo animals in
Haryana scheme was introduced by the Chief Wild Life Warden and motivation campaign
was initiated by Naresh Kadyan at his own. Elephants can be openly traded from the
official cattle fairs but Naresh Kadyan raised his voice for amendment in the concerned
legislation. He has recovered 30,000 plastic Indian flag before Independence day in Delhi
then mobile fast to get ban on Elephant polo in Jaipur, same was canceled by the Carlsberg
beer, in past Naresh Kadyan moved PIL against Cartier Elephant polo in 2006 and Iron
Ankush was banned by the Rajasthan High Court (Jaipur Bench). Presently he is
campaigning to get ban on meat export and illegal animal slaughtering in Gazipur
Slaughter house in Delhi by Allanas, Cancellation of White Tiger inbreeding in Madhya
Pradesh, Where as concerned officials are backing it for profit and tourism promotion.
Campaigning for food, water and treatment for Tripoli Zoo animals in Libya during war,
Campaign against Factory Farming in India, FIR has been lodged with the Madhuban
Police station against Rabbit farm and owners were hold guilty, punished as per legal
provisions by the local court, moved petition before the Chief Election Commissioner of
India for freezing the Elephant symbol of BSP, online petition has been delivered to the

Chief Election Commissioner of India on November 3, 2011. Complaint against Jumbo

Circus has been lodged by Naresh Kadyan to rescue blind hippo, docked tail dogs, feathers
chopped birds, abused horses, camels, cats and elephants. Raised his voice against the
National Dairy Research Institute NDRI, Central Board of Excise and Customs, Income
Tax Department, Delhi State Rifle Association, Haryana Public Service Commission, State
Government of Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Haryana Police,
Punjab Police, Gujarat Police, Assam Police, Goa Police, Tamil Nadu Police, Delhi Police,
Manipur Police, Kolkata Police, Karnataka State Police, Bangalore City Police, Rajasthan
Police, Utter Pradesh Police, Madhya Pradesh Police, Indian Ordnance Factories (Ministry
of Defense), Jharkhand High Court, Ranchi building and Mizoram Legislative Assembly,
which insulting the National Emblem of India, where as Haryana Police comes forward to
remove the errors after Naresh Kadyan complaint. HE the Governor of Tripura breach the
agreement and violated the set procedure, guidelines of the Government of India being an
Padma Shri awardees but Naresh Kadyan taken up this matter as well, he has further
raised his voice about the rank of the Indian Police, Para Military Forces, the Food Safety
and Standards Authority of India along with the Indian Army because their badges also
dont have Satyameva Jayate. Punjab Police and Haryana Police replaced original emblem.
Naresh Kadyan also successfully campaign against the attack on Indian students in
Australia, radio-tagging scores of Indian students duped by a "sham" university in
California, castles reservation cover for all communities based on financial status, removal
of Lord Ganesha image from the Indica beer / Goddess Laxmi image from non-vegetarian
burger / Vests, spread peace and harmony after terrorist attack on Mumbai 26/11,
awareness campaigning about Ram Setu, Yamuna, Taj Mahal, Sparrows, Vultures and
holy Ganga with the full support of International communities, he is the man behind
getting approved of the pension benefits scheme to the Haryana Khadi and Village
Industries Board employees. Many International communitys recommended Naresh
Kadyan, to be a political voice for animals in the Indian Parliament. He successfully
campaign against lifting ban of beef export from India, conducted raids to recover oxytocin
injections from the general merchants in Rewari. Holy lord Buddha image was fixed on
shoes by the USA based ICON but Naresh Kadyan lodged complaint to ban the website
and Face book page in India. The National Defense Academy NDA, Army Service Core
violated the state emblem legislation but Naresh Kadyan raised his voice against emblem
insult, raised his voice against Jet Airways for killing of two pugs. Farmers of Baghola
village wheat crops was protected from fire by Naresh Kadyan, Pakistani Hindu families
approached him for shelter and same was provided in the Gaushala run and managed by
Kadyan family. The Govt. of Haryana amended the Haryana Cattle Fairs Act, 1970 with
the Haryana Cattle Fairs (Amendment) Bill, 2013 deleting elephant trading in Haryana on
Naresh Kadyan complaint, likewise matter has been taken up with the Govt. of Punjab to
ban Elephant trading, the PMO, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Indian
Embassy, Paris, National Commission for Scheduled Caste, Punjab and Haryana Court
website insulted Indian National Flag, matter was taken up with concerned Authorities by
Naresh Kadyan, costly articles were snatched from the pilgrims of Kedarnath in
Uttrakhand during natural calamity; complaint was lodged with Uttrakhand Police by
Naresh Kadyan.

He has managed many PILs and online petitions, as he has spent 30 years active service
for the development of Khadi and Village Industries, mankind, animals, wildlife, nature
and society as well, proceed on voluntary retirement on August 7, 2014 from the Haryana
Khadi and Village Industries Board. The Election Commission of India asked INLD about
births for convicted persons in the party.
Main PILs moved by Naresh Kadyan and awareness campaign on the following issues,
which were supported by the International communitys:
1. Ban on unbranded eatables, directions were issued by the High court.
2. Removal of encroachments from Gram Panchyat, gauchar and common land all over
India, contempt of Court petition moved in case of Rally village of Delhi.
3. Lokayukta was appointed in Haryana, on the basis of PIL moved by Naresh Kadyan.
4. Appointments of consumer form members along with setting up Haryana Human Rights
Commission, PIL was moved and decided in favour.
5. NHRC petitions during Kadyan Sangwan khap disputes, likewise dispute amongst Jats
and Khumaar of Ahulana village in Sonipat.
6. Marriage dispute between Kadyan and Lohan gotra matters.
7. Satluz Yamuna Link Canal SYL matter in the High Court at Chandigarh.
8. Ban on same gotra marriages, PIL was moved in the Supreme Court of India then in the
Delhi High Court.
9. Amendments in the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, replacement of this
toothless legislation with strong law, draft for Animal Welfare Act, 2011 was prepared by
the Ministry of Environment and Forest.
10. Ban on peacock feathers trade, Ministry of Environment and Forest issued draft for
amendment in the existed laws.
11. Ban on elephant polo and iron ankush, PIL was moved in the Jaipur Bench of
Rajasthan High Court, which was decided in favour with directions to ban iron ankush on
elephants, introduction of rules and regulations for betterment of animals.
12. Langur was abused in Escorts, Gupta Exim, Prithla, PGI at Chandigarh and another
company in Orangabad, FIR lodged against all offenders by Naresh Kadyan.
13. Oxytocin injections were operated on Buffaloes for lactation by the NDRI, Karnal, FIR
was lodged and then PIL moved in the High Court, directions were issued on this PIL.

14. Wildlife Trophies declaration matter was taken up as per the policy of Ministry of
Environment and Forest and exposed many illegal trophies.
15. Right to Information Act, 2005 was enforced on October 12, 2005 but first petition
moved on October 19, 2005 by Naresh Kadyan directly to the Hon'ble Speaker of Lok
Sabha but same was forwarded to the Ministry of Environment and Forest and
information was supplied.
16. Legislation for exotic animals and birds like Japanese quail, Emu and Rabbits for
commercial breeding in India.
17. Exposed Cruel camel transportation by the BSF for Republic day parade in Delhi,
online campaigns are going on.
18. Two special cattle trains were stopped, offenders booked within 15 days, 40 boogies
cow's train was stopped on December 10, 2000 with FIR in GRP, Delhi and same action on
December 28, 2000 with FIR in GRP, Gaziabad against another 40 boogies special cattle
train, Naresh Kadyan objections were uphold by the Allahabad bench of High court.
19. Introduction of rehabilitation schemes for kalanders along with their dancing bears,
which was implemented all over India and all performing, bears rescued, rehabilitated.
20. Vest and bullet proof jacket for Police dogs and their rehabilitation after their
retirement, Haryana Police working on it, where as Indian Army refused to it,
communication received via Chairman, AWBI
21. Introduction of legislation for camel, elephants transportation / Dog breeders, pet
shops and fish aquariums. The AWBI endorsed the proposal for Camel transportation
rules and regulation.
22. Naresh Kadyan achievements are recognized by the PETA, WTI, District
Administration, Delhi and Delhi.
23. Ban on illegal slaughter houses moved PIL in the Supreme Court of India for ban on
cow slaughtering during bakir Eid. Halal process for commercial animal slaughter may be
replaced by stunt process.
24. Regular campaigning to ban on joy rides on camel and elephants / Stop buffalo, dog
race and Cock fights.
25. The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment made documentary on cruel
transportation of animals, live raids along with FIR and rescue of abused animals was
conducted by Naresh Kadyan.

26. Exposed cruel sheep and goat shifting under India Army supply cover from Delhi to
J&K. Animal transportation in goods vehicle be banned, matter was considered by the
State Committee for Slaughter Houses (Govt. of Haryana).
27. Successfully running two ambulances and shelter for animals in distress, this was
approved by the Govt. of India to PFA Haryana under Chairmanship of Naresh Kadyan.
28. Dogs have rights to bark, rules for pet shops, dog breeders and fish aquariums along
with ban on peacock feathers trade in India.
29. Removal all objectionable material from the internet about our Prime Minister Smt.
Indira Gandhi spread by the so called Khalistanis, likewise removal of fake accounts on
Internet about our Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpaye.
30. Human Rights Commission in Haryana was constituted on the PIL moved by Naresh
31. Blind Hippo, docked tail dogs abused by the Jumbo Circus and complaint moved
before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Panipat.
32. Freeze elephant as BSP symbol, being an National Heritage animal of India, moved PIL
in the Delhi High court / Chief Election Commission of India.
33. Registry for animal abusers, Jet Airways responsible for two dogs death during its
flight from Mumbai to Delhi, complaint was lodged with the Mumbai and Delhi Police,
Consumer court fined Jet Airways.
34. Successfully opposed the lifting ban on beef export from India during 12th five year
plans and then support the ban on meat export from India petition heard by the Rajya
35. During natural calamity earth awake in Gujarat, Naresh Kadyan worked for effected
animals and arranged medicine, on spot treatment facility, like wise he also worked as
online awareness team members of the Disaster Management in Japan, for Zoo animals in
Libiya, online petition duly supported by the International communities. Same action was
repeated in Uttrakhand and in Assam.
36. Many scheduled wild animal specimens were reported, raised voice in Sacered Heart
School, Chandigarh / DPS and Green Field Public School, Rewari / Birla Public School,
Pilani. Public interest litigation PIL was also moved before the Delhi High court.
37. Oxen 28 were protected from slaughtering, matter taken up before Delhi court, 59 oxen
also rescued and sheltered after lodging FIR with Delhi Sadar Police station.
38. African lion Narsinhma rescued from Mujaffarnagar (UP) and sent to Nahargarh
rescue center at Jaipur by the CZA on FIR lodged by Naresh Kadyan.

39. Animals are being badly abused during their shifting in goods transport vehicles,
Naresh Kadyan managed campaign for amendment in the Motor Vehicle Act.
40. Naresh Kadyan raised his voice to save Ram setu, marine lives as well, moved
campaign, which was supported by the International communities.
41. Campaigning to raise funds for the Prime Ministers National Relief Funds for rescue
and rehabilitation of flood effected people and wild animals in northeast portion of India.
42. Leopard was killed in Delhi, Karnal, Jind, and Delhi; Naresh Kadyan lodged FIR of
killing and then moved complaint in the Special Environment court at Delhi, like wise
leopard was trapped in Kalesar, FIR was also lodged with Bilaspur Police.
43. Raised his voice against Indian Force at Sirsa and rescued black buck and Chinkara
then moved complaint before the Special Environment Court at Kurukshetra.
44. Black buck was hunted in Udmi village of Panipat, Police lodged FIR then tried to hush
up the matter but Naresh Kadyan moved complaint before the Special Environment court
at Kurukshetra.
45. Elephants are being abused for pride, begging - political tools, personnel gain and
profit; Naresh Kadyan successfully managed many online petitions. FIR lodged with
Sonipat Police against begging with Elephant, female elephant was confiscated, like wise
complaint lodged with Dhand Police station in Kaithal, abused Amar circus female
elephant was shifted to Delhi Zoo.
46. The Director General of Supply and Disposal along with the Government of Punjab
insulted the State Emblem of India but Naresh Kadyan lodged FIR against all of them with
the Police Station Model Town, Rewari, likewise Punjab Khadi Board replace its logo.
47. The Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) has issued guidelines to 235 TV
networks not to abuse animals, where as Naresh Kadyan opposing animal abuse in live TV
shows since last five years.
48. An injured bird was rescued from the National Institute of Financial Management
(NIFM), during this rescue Langur was found in captivity to keep away common monkey
from NIFM and the same matter taken up with the management under RTI Act, 2005.
49. Naresh Kadyan nominated as a Member, State Committee for Slaughter Houses,
Department of Urban and Local Bodies (Government of Haryana).
50. Govt. of Rajasthan accepted Naresh Kadyan demands and introduced ban on interstate
shifting of camels, declaring as state animal of Rajasthan.
51. Lodged FIR with Delhi Sadar Police station, against company for keeping langur on
their pay roll.

52. Crack down the meat supply to a holy city Kurukshetra and lodged FIR against two
hotels Saffron and Heritage for serving non vegetarian foods, violating the High Court
orders and hitting the religious sentiments of general public at large.
53. Observations about the declaration of cow progeny as a state domestic animals of
Haryana, Session trials for crime against cow progeny, amendment in the legal status of
crime against animals accepted by the State Committee for Slaughter Houses.
54. FIR lodged with Rewari Model Town Police, against the Icon, eBay India and Amazon
online malls for insulting Lord Buddha image, Delhi High Court also issued directions to
the Delhi Police on PIL moved by Abhishek Kadyan and Sukanya Kadyan under guidance
of Naresh Kadyan. eBay India opposed this FIR and they moved for quashing FIR but
another application was moved for CBI investigation strongly opposition of quashing
petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh.
55. Complaint lodged against Indian Railways for insulting State Emblem of India by its
catering wing, RTI petition moved.
56. PIL No. 108 of 2013 moved before Supreme Court of India about protection of
Sambhar Lake; wetland of Rajasthan, from bore well mafia in Rajasthan and to protect
exotic species.
57. Advisories on stop animal abuse and to avoid use of polythene during elections issued
by the ECI, Naresh Kadyan raised these points during Municipal elections in Haryana.
58. State Emblem of India insulted by the Punjab Govt., 150 ton wheat rotten in open in
the objectionable plastic bags, on which Emblem image insulted, matter taken up with the
Ministry of Home Affairs.
59. Malnutrition issue in Gujarat, UP and Madhya Pardesh taken up with the concerned,
actively participated in Uttrakhand disaster relief work online fundraising, lodge
complaint for theft snatching as well.
60. Garhwali Officers Mess have many endangered wild animal 113 trophies in illegal
possession, exposed it by a petition moved under RTI Act, 2005 matter taken up with the
Police, WCCB and then notice issued to the Chief Wildlife Warden of Uttrakhand by the
61. Leopard display granted by the AWBI to Ajoba Marathi film, ignoring their own rules,
like wise bullock exhibition permission granted, tiger exhibit in TV serial Ek Veer ki
Ardass Veera telecast by Star Plus but Naresh Kadyan moved complaint against all
62. The Khadi and Village Industries Commission promoted Horn and Bones including
Ivory product activity (Manufacturing and trading) under PMEGP scheme but it is
banned due to Abhishek Kadyan and Miss Sukanya Kadyan complaint moved under

guidance Naresh Kadyan, online campaigning, notice issued by the Wildlife Crime Control
Bureau to KVIC and then ban was imposed on ivory items by the KVIC. The United
Nation affiliated the International Organisation for Animal Protection - OIPA chapter in
India recommended awards for CEO, KVIC and Additional Director, WCCB for their
supportive actions upholding objections raised.
63. Ban Quail farming, Japanese quail activity was dropped by NABARD but during 201314 budget provisions are strongly opposed by Naresh Kadyan for Quail breeding.
64. Cheetah scheme was prepared without approval of the National Wildlife Advisory
Board, protection cover under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and it was strongly
opposed by Naresh Kadyan, likewise conservation of white tiger efforts were opposed being
an no species in Bengal Tiger.
65. Naresh Kadyan put his weight behind successful implementation of the National Food
Security Ordinance, 2013 with demand of iodized salt for human consumption.
66. Justice for Sikh families in Kutch, Gujarat, matter taken up with the NHRC, National
Commission on Minorities, complaint lodged with the Election Commission of India,
against Independent candidate from New Delhi abusing elephants and horses.
67. Moved PIL in the Supreme Court of India about Mina versus Meena caste and
community controversy in Scheduled Tribe reservation, petition under RTI before CIC as
68. Elephant trading ban in Haryana and Punjab, amending Cattle Fairs Act, after Naresh
Kadyan complaint, likewise voice raised against the Cattle Trespass Act and Haryana
Panchyati Raj Act for omitting elephant from cattle definition.
69. Cosmetics testing on animals banned in India, amendment in legislation's demanded
campaign launched by Naresh Kadyan.
70. Petition before the Chairman, Committee on Petition, Rajya Sabha to review the meat
export policy from India.
71. To get ban orders on thorn bits for horses and early disposal of Animal Welfare Act,
2011 draft PIL moved before the Rajasthan High Court (Jaipur Bench) and many
complaint lodged with Haryana Police, after recovering thorn bits, like wise many cases
registered for the violation of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, after recovering mongoose hair
paint brushes.
72. Introduce rehabilitation of Kalandars along with their dancing bears scheme, which
was successfully implemented all over India.
73. Elephant Sunder is being abused by MLA Vinay Kore of Maharashtra but Naresh
Kadyan lodged complaint with Delhi police, campaign appreciated all over World.

74. Naresh Kadyan moved petition for replacement of toothless animal welfare legislation's
before the Committee on Petitions, Delhi and Haryana Legislative Assembly and his
petition is being considered.
75. State Emblem of India, National awards along with National Flag of India misused by
many High Courts websites, Ministries but Naresh Kadyan raised his voice and
corrections were made out.
76. Ban interstate shifting of camels from Rajasthan, to declare state heritage animal of
Rajasthan appeal accepted by the Government.
77. Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid appeal to vote for congress but Naresh Kadyan lodged
complaint with the Election Commission of India, against Shahi Imam for violation of
Model Code of Conduct.
78. HE Governor of Tripura prefixed Padma Shri as title but corrected after complaint
lodged by Naresh Kadyan.
79. Karshni Ashram, Ramanreti have 268 black buck in their illegal custody, like wise Air
Force Station, Sirsa was also have scheduled wild animals in their illegal Zoo, both matter
were exposed by Naresh Kadyan.
80. Naresh Kadyan managed online petitions against Prevention of Communal and
Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, drafted by the National
Advisory Council.
81. Five elephants abused in Delhi but Naresh Kadyan lodged complaint with SHO,
Shakarpur, against abuser custodians
82. Delhi Wildlife Department issued ownership for snakes and these reptiles are being
abused for personnel gain and profit, this matter also exposed by Naresh Kadyan.
83. Foie gras import is banned in India, on the basis of Naresh Kadyan campaigning.
84. Naresh Kadyan hold guilty in Nawab Pataudi black buck hunting for his strong animal
rights activism, as whistle blower but released on probation, whereas acquitted from all
baseless charges by the Additional District and Session Judge, Delhi on 16-9-2014.
85. AWBI issued instructions to ban the manufacturing, trading and possession of spiked,
thorn bits, on Naresh Kadyan complaint because its use is prohibited.
86. Fighting for introduction of animal welfare legislation's for Indian Army, Police and
para Military force animals, adopted two sniffer female dogs of Haryana Police.
87. Naresh Kadyan taken up land deal matter with the Govt. of Rajasthan and his another
complaint forwarded to the Chief Secretary, Haryana by the Govt. of India.

88. Agenda for deletion of cow words from the Hindi version of Meat Food Products
Order, 1973 was placed along with the declaration of cow as state animal of Haryana,
which were approved in 4th meeting of State Committee for Slaughter Houses.
89. Complaint lodged with the Election Commission of India, to ban post poll alliance.
90. Govt. of Kerala and Telangana amended their state emblem after complaint lodged by
Naresh Kadyan.
91. The Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (Ministry of Environment and Forest) nominate
Naresh Kadyan, as their volunteers.
92. Matter taken up with the Govt. of India, to give Scheduled Caste benefits to the eligible
93. Lodged complaint against candidate of Panipat Rural for abusing camel, during
election campaign, like wise INLD candidate from Nuh, Congress candidate from
Mahendergarh and two Independent candidates from Ateli.
94. Petition for prohibition of elephant trading along with animal performances, in the
Sonepur cattle fair accepted by the AWBI and Govt. of Bihar.
95. Zero FIR against Akbaruddin Owaisi, MLA for his hate speeches during Maharashtra
elections, DD No. 44 with PS, Prashant Vihar, Delhi on 24-10-14, which was forwarded to
Hyderabad Police, like wise National Human Rights Commission considered Naresh
Kadyan petition and forwarded to the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission.
96. FIR No. 377 dated 25-10-2014 lodged against the organisers of the cow fighting with
pigs, with Ambala Cantt Police Station.
97. Unmarried female boxer were asked to go through pregnancy test but this matter was
taken up with the NHRC, notice issued.
98. President of India visited Varindavan on November 16, 2014 and 10 langur brigade was
deputed to keep away common monkeys, which was a crime against Wildlife Act, 1972 but
this was strongly opposed by Naresh Kadyan and Administration was compelled to with
draw 10 langur brigades.
99. Baba Rampal controversy moved before the National Human Rights Commission, to
rescue public, which were hostage by Rampal, complaint lodged with DGP as well.
100. Ministry of Road Transport and Highways moved draft to frame rules about
transportation of livestock, for public comments, Naresh Kadyan managed online petitions.
101. Conducting training about animal welfare legislations, to all District Committee for
Slaughter Houses in Haryana and crack down many illegal slaughter houses, lodged FIRs.

102. FIR lodged with PS Baroda against killer of two male buffaloes, many illegal slaughter
houses are exposed all over Haryana and lodged FIRs against them, likewise matter taken
up against Lalu Yadav decision on 1000 horse carts and Delhi based custodian of many
objectionable species.
Naresh Kadyan was working as District Khadi and Village Industries Officers for 6
Districts Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, Rewari and Narnaul with In charge, Consignment
Agency at Delhi as on 1-3-2013 and then proceed on VRS under protest on 7-8-2014 in the
pay scale of 9300-34800+4200 grade pay.