Poorva Joshipura is Chief Executive Officer, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (India).
In contrast, when animals are hunted, some will be shot several times causing tremendous pain, but many others escape with one gunshot or flesh wound, and die later slowly.
India will now be considered archaic and regressive as sensibilities around the world are changing in favour of animal protection.
The Kerala government would do well to note mass-killing methods such as strychnine poisoning or electrocution, which were formerly used by many municipalities in India, are not only cruel but also ineffective.
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