Daunting donkey’s meat for the betterment of healthy measures as believed in corners of the country!

Money can make you satisfied, but after killing-if presented the same money, life doesn’t come back in making you satisfied. Respecting the life of every being counts and not the urge of making money.

Donkey’s meat, credulous beliefs with superstitions make the sentences alive with an adage saying, consuming the meat of a donkey makes an individual feel like a steel body, milk of a donkey boosts the immune system, improves blood circulations, reduces type 2 diabetes symptoms, and reduces inflammation in laboratory studies, so on.

Killing animals without the permission of the authorised identity from the government is beyond the rules and regulations. There are certain formalities to be followed by everyone representing the country for the well-being.

Illegal animals slaughtering is prohibited across the country and here noticed as per the above mentioned: Donkey meat of 500 kgs and 36 donkeys has been found in the state of Andhra Pradesh by the meat sellers and transporters. A joint operation of the local bodies and the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA India) took the initiative in getting the ones indulged in it illegally since several years.

Considering donkey’s flesh with its benefits, several individuals of the state have been caught while transporting the same. Under the bridge of the Ongole Highway, meat selling stalls near to Vaddivari Kunta, under the Koppolu flyover (Ongole Taluk Police Station limits) were raided.

First information reports (FIR) were registered against the culprits on the Sections in the Indian Penal Code (IPC): 1860, the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (PCA) 1960, and the Food Safety and Standards Act 2006 by Ongole Taluk Police Station.

The rescued donkeys have been permanently sent back to the dense forests so that they will be able to take care of their own.

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