Municipal authorities not expected to completely wipe out stray animals from streets: Delhi High Court

The Court said the duty of the municipal authorities instead is to take “concerted, sincere and optimum steps” to ensure that such animals are rehabilitated and do not become a menace to residents.
Stray dogs
Stray dogs

The Delhi High Court recently said that municipal authorities are not expected to completely wipe out all stray animals - whether cattle, monkeys or dogs - from the roads and municipal areas in the national capital [Shri Salek Chand Jain vs Sh Vijay Kumar Dev & Ors].

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