The Supreme Court Wednesday directed the Beast Welfare Board of India( AWBI) to submit data on canine mouthfuls in the last seven times across the country and the way taken to check similar incidents.
A bench of judges Sanjiv Khanna and J K Maheshwari directed the AWBI to file an affidavit mentioning the details and also indicate whether it would like the court to lay the guidelines.
It also clarified that its 2015 order doesn't enjoin the authorities or individualities including registered societies from approaching high courts or jurisdictional courts.
" We don't suppose it's the intent of this court in the said order that all writ desires or proceedings before HCs, civil courts and authorities should come to a deadlock and no effective orders can be passed by HCs in cases pertaining to slapdash tykes ," the bench said.
The top court had before said a balance has to be maintained between the safety of people and beast rights, and suggested those who feed slapdash tykes could be made responsible for vaccinating them and bearing the cost of treatment if notoriety is attacked by the beast.
The apex court has been hearing a batch of desires on issues relating to orders passed by colorful communal bodies on the culling of slapdash tykes which have come a imminence, especially in Kerala and Mumbai.
Some NGOs and individual pleaders have moved the apex court against the opinions of some high courts, including the Bombay High Court and Kerala High Court, to allow external authorities to deal with the imminence of slapdash tykes as per the rules.