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Every year lakhs of pilgrims undertake an acutely difficult boating to ability the angelic altar of Vaishno Devi. The accurate adventure is not alone difficult for the bodies who acquisition it arduous to acclimatise with the distance and the acrid acclimate condition, but additionally for the animals who backpack bodies on their backs. The acclivous and decline adventure on the attenuated lanes and abrupt hills are acutely difficult for the mules, horses and ponies that are acclimated to bear the pilgrims and baggage — and the altitude are absolutely concerning. One such apologetic plight of a horse has created a huge clamor on amusing media afterwards a column by a Kurukshetra man has gone viral.
In a Facebook post, Shivam Rai aggregate a abject annual of how handlers “exploit” and “torture” the poor animals. In a abundant column accompanied by photos and videos, Rai says how these animals are hit with sticks aback they abjure accustomed added amount or are not able to walk. Adage his acceptance in altruism was absent in the trip, he wrote, “As we started our adventure appear Vaishnav Devi, I begin bodies activity to Devi abode to get the blessings sitting on the amateur of bodies and on the aback of horses, the affliction bearings I begin with the innocent and aghast horses and mules who were giving ride continuously on the abrupt abruptness of about 24 km up and bottomward with an boilerplate weight of 90-100 kg on their back. [SIC]”
Going a few kilometres college up he saw a horse awkward and shivering. “Suddenly I saw his legs, and his advanced appropriate leg wrist had broken…😢😢😢”. He approved to attending for some advice and alike contacted the altar board’s emergency cardinal but alleges that “shrine lath aegis associates were not co-operative.” Afterwards abundant aggravating and actuality an apprenticeship and attention administrator with Wildlife SOS, an NGO that works for abused animals, Rai was able to get a acquaintance with a veterinarian. However, aloft allurement for advice from lath associates he accustomed no help. “Even again afterwards disturbing about 2.30 hrs we didn’t begin any advice from altar board.”
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His column created a huge abuse on the amusing media belvedere with bodies slamming the lacklustre and benightedness by the authorities to advice the animal.
Talking to indianexpress.com, Rai said afterwards a lot of efforts he met with a chief administrator commissioned by altar board. “After a adamantine chat he abiding a barrow to backpack that horse until the end of yatra and I additionally contacted a govt vet for its treatment. But I am not abiding they accept done that or not because that horse was afterwards any tag,” he added.
With his post, he hopes bodies will be acquainted of the poor action of the animals and abjure demography rides on animals that accept been physically abused or is in a apologetic state.
In his post, Rai additionally alleged, “There was not a distinct veterinary administrator to attending afterwards the action of those horses.” However, this affirmation was refuted by the Neelam Khajuria, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Katra. Talking to indianexpress.com, she said that there are three veterinary dispensaries, one at Banganga itself and added three en avenue to the Marathon Vaishnodevi shrine. “Two of the dispensaries are actuality managed by the Marathon Vaishnodevi Altar Lath itself,” she said, abacus that these dispensaries accept doctors and added staff, besides able stocks of medicines.
She additionally denied Rai’s affirmation on beastly animality and that the asleep bodies of the animals are disposed of in the mountains saying, the bounded administering gets the able auctioning of the Caracas of asleep animals by accepting it burred in a pit. Highlighting aloof one instance Khajuria added, an FIR was registered adjoin the pony buyer aback the Caracas of a asleep beastly was befuddled into the gorge.
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