Indian state bans sale of dog meat amid protest

Indian state bans sale of dog meat amid protest

The Indian state of Nagaland has banned the import, trading and sale of dog meat. While eating dog meat is illegal in parts of India, some communities in north-eastern areas consider it a delicacy. As per the Humane Society International (HSI), an estimated 30,000 dogs a year are smuggled into Nagaland, where they are sold in live markets and ’beaten to death with wooden clubs’.

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Young Conservative 4 weeks

Good news for a change

Trevor 4 weeks

Alright. So I can understand other cultures eating dogs. We eat cows which indians would consider terrible. But why in world would you beat them to death with clubs. Why why why. There is something terribly wrong in the culture if that's the norm to kill them. Its probably not. I sure hope.

yuckycrumpet 4 weeks

Goood!! Ban it all please guys.

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