A keenly awaited development and strict action have been taken by the civic bodies in Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, and Ghaziabad amid increasing cases of attacks by pet dogs on the locals. Over the past few months, we have seen and listened to a number of cases in which pet dogs attacked the locals. Strict actions will be taken against the pet owners. What are the penalties and fines announced by the civic bodies? There are numerous questions that are to be discussed in the further sections of this article. In the further sections, we have also mentioned the statement given by the court. Authorities banned particular breeds of dogs. Kindly take a peek below and learn which specific breeds have been banned. Drag down the page. Follow more updates on Newsminatii.in
Authorities of Noida issued a list of penalties and actions that will be taken against the pet owner in case of any untoward incident by pet dogs. Noida also announced a fine of Rs 10,000 fine. On Tuesday The District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum asked the MCG (Municipal Corporation of Gurugram) to ban eleven foreign breeds of dogs. The state court also ordered the MCG to cancel the registration issued to such dog breeds and take those dogs into custody. Scroll down the page and read more about it.
Court said, “As per the notification of the Government of India dated 25.4.2016 the following pet dogs of foreign breeds are hereby completely banned with immediate effect w.e.f. 15.11.2022 that are American Pit-bull terriers, Dogo Argentino, Rottweiler, Neapolitan mastiff, Boerboel, Presa Canario, Wolf dog, Bandog, American Bulldog, Fila Brasileiro, and Cane Corso. The MCG is directed to cancel all the licenses if any issued in this regard in favor of the dog owners for keeping the cited breeds with immediate effect and take into its custody the aforesaid dogs” Drag down the page.
A new pet policy and rules have been brought into effect in Noida. According to the new rules, if anyone is attacked by a pet dog then the cost of treatment and a fine of Rs 10000 will be charged to the pet owner. If a pet owner fails to get an anti-rabies vaccination shot for the pet then they will have to pay an addition Rs 2000 fine every month. Stay tuned to this website.