News : Helpline Numbers for Rescuing Injured Birds & Animals
Jaipur, India, Nov 7, 2018 -- The animal rights groups have urged the civil society members not to target animals by firing crackers at them during Diwali causing them burn injuries and in several cases they die. They have rolled out helpline numbers for rescuing animals and birds. These groups claimed that indiscriminate firing of crackers takes a toll on animals and birds in urban areas.
Sahil Singhal of People for Animal said, "Every year, we rescue dogs, cows, buffaloes, cats in injured state at several places in Jaipur. It is sad to see at people tie crackers to these animals and fire at them."
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The activist believes that they cannot stop people from celebrating but can appeal that they should see the place before firing crackers. The street animals suffer from several abnormalities like hearing problems, rashes due to smoke.
Mayanl Panchal, a head of a spiritual body, has been rescuing injured animals from across the city. He says, "Celebrate the festival but if you see any injured animals at least make a call. If you save a life, the celebration will double," said Panchal.
The environmentalists have also appealed for noiseless Diwali to keep trees healthy. Vishnu Lamba, who is known as 'tree man' says that rockets cause maximum damage to the trees and resting birds.
"It affects the trees in several ways. The excessive fire crackers pollute which is harmful for humans but birds are very delicate and they cannot tolerate even a small variation in the air quality. Secondly, every year, several trees burnt due to fire," said Lamba.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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