Celina Jaitly Files Police Complaint Over Sunder


Celina Jaitly Files Police Complaint Over Sunder

Celina Jaitly recently took to Twitter to urge her fans to help #FreeSunder – the captive elephant held in Kolhapur by Maharashtra Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Vinay Kore and now the actor and ambassador for United Nations’ Free Equal campaign has gone a step further by rushing to the Colaba police station along with her friends from PETA urging them to act against Sunder’s abuse after Sunder was found suffering from a massive wound on his leg. Senior Inspector Rameshwar Supley acknowledged the complaint from Jaitly.

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Meanwhile, a complaint against Sunder’s abuse was also filed by People for Animals’ Naresh Kadyan in Delhi after he learned about Sunder’s wound.

During a recent veterinary inspection by an elephant expert, 14-year-old elephant Sunder was found with what the health examination report calls a “massive wound … as a result of constant tying with heavy chains”. The expert’s report also states that Sunder should be moved from Kolhapur to an elephant-care centre in Bangalore “on an emergency basis” as directed by the Bombay High Court. The court had ordered the Maharashtra Forest Department to move Sunder to the centre before the monsoon season. But Kore – who is not the legal owner of Sunder and has kept him on his property illegally – has attempted to block the order by filing an appeal with the Supreme Court. PETA has been campaigning for Sunder’s release since 2012 and is represented in the Supreme Court by leading animal advocate Raj Panjwani.

All the paperwork for Sunder’s transfer has been completed, and now the Maharashtra Forest Department simply needs to move Sunder. The health examination report also stated that Sunder’s wound can be dressed, as he is not in musth (a period of sexual urge in elephants that can make them difficult to handle), and he can and should be transported to Bangalore quickly.

If you wish to help, you can write to Maharashtra forest officials at:

The Honourable MK Rao
Chief Conservator of Forests
Office of the Chief Conservator of Forests (Territorial) Kolhapur
Van Vardhan Building
Opposite Principal Post Office
AmbedkarChowk, TarabaiChowk
Kolhapur 416 003
ccftkolhapur@gmail.com

The Honourable Suresh A Thorat
Additional Principal Chief Conservator Forests (Wildlife West)
Borivali
LT Road
Near Old MHB Bus Stop, Forest Quarter
Borivali (W) 400 091
Mumbai
ccfwlmumbai@rediffmail.com

The Honourable SarjanBhagat, IFS
Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife)
Van Bhavan
Ramgiri Road
Civil Lines
Nagpur 440 001
Maharashtra
pccfwlngp@mahaforest.gov.in

Source: petaindia

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