Tamil actors Vishal and Sibiraj to protest asking Kerala not to cull stray dogs
news Friday, July 24, 2015 - 05:30
The Kerala government's decision to deal with 'dangerous' stray dogs has been met with a lot of resistance and protests. The protests have now spread to neighbouring Tamil film where actors Vishal and Sibiraj have joined animal rights group People For Cattle in India supporters in their protest against Kerala government. A one-day fast will be held on July 25 against the alleged mass killing of street dogs in Kerala. The event is set to take place in Valluvarkottam, Chennai. Actor Vishal voices out on Mass Culling of Dogs in Kerala !!Mr Vishal will fast along with Animal Activists of Chennai... Posted by People For Cattle In India - PFCI on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 Actor Sibiraj voices out on Mass Culling of Dogs in Kerala !!Mr. Sibiraj will fast along with Animal Activists of... Posted by People For Cattle In India - PFCI on Thursday, 23 July 2015 In a photo shared by the PFCI, Vishal holds a banner that says "Stop Killing Dogs". "Everybody has the Right to Live. Be it humans or dogs" reads a line under the photo, a quote by the actor. The one day hunger strike and peaceful protest against the culling will be followed by a signature campaign. The campaign will be sent to the Chief Minister, Law Minister & The Governor of Kerala, PFCI's FB page says. With the news of Kerala planning to tackle the street dog issue making news, the internet has been abuzz with animal lovers even launching a Boycott Kerala campaign. Meanwhile, another section dismisses this off as a hate campaign against the state. Opinion: Why should the debate be dumbed down to dog lovers vs human lovers? Read- When Mohanlal left us confused: Is he for or against dog culling?