KERALA, INDIA – The 65-year-old victim was attacked by about 50 stray dogs Friday, news outlets reported. Pinarayi Vijayan, the state’s chief minister, said Saturday that the dog problem would be addressed.
Union Minister for Women & Child Development Maneka Gandhi is most popular as the poster-child for Animal Rights issues in India. And thus, it’s no wonder that when the idea is to ridicule animal right activists of India and to convey a message that animal rights don’t supersede human rights, she will be one of the prime targets.
This time however the target was her organisation, People For Animals with its site being hacked by Kerala based hacker group Kerala Cyber Warriors.
The group has taken control of some pages on the site and any attempt to navigate to these sites rather redirects us to this blacked out page with their logo and message “Stray Dog Free India” pasted across.
The group has apparently taken this action in retaliation to the death of a 65-year-old women in Kerala capital yesterday; who was killed and eaten by a pack of 50 stray dogs.
Stray dogs have been a great menace in god’s own country and the government even decided that only way out is a massive killing spree last year. But that plan was dropped last year after animal lovers led an online campaign against it.
However, as more and more humans fall prey to the menace, now Keralites are demanding that these animal lovers show them the right way to ensure their human rights too; the basic human right to stay alive.