Delhi High Court issued notice to Delhi government on PIL petition seeking vaccination of stray dogs against diseases like Canine parvovirus and Canine distemper.

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Delhi government on a PIL petition seeking vaccination of stray dogs with diseases like Canine parvovirus and Canine distemper.

A division bench comprising  Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Sachin Datta directed the government to focus on the issues raised in the petition and come out with a clear and considered stand in the next six weeks.

The court said,  “It appears that the stray dogs in the city are a neglected lot. It is necessary to look after the stray dogs not only as a measure of showing respect towards animal life but also because there will be a direct impact on the human population in the city,”  The next case of hearing is in November.

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