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Minutes of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses (Govt. of Haryana) - Naresh Kadyan

Minutes of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses (Govt. of Haryana) - Naresh Kadyan

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MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON 14.2.2013 AT 12:00 NOON UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF SH. P.RAGHAVENDRA RAO, IAS, PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVT. HARYANA, URBAN LOCAL BODIES DEPARTMENT IN THE OFFICE ROOM NO. 622, 6TH FLOOR IN THE NEW MINI SECRETARIAT,SECTOR -17,CHANDIGARH REGARDING SLAUGHTER HOUSES FUNCTIONING IN HARYANA STATE.

List of participants is enclosed at Annexure –‘A’.

At the outset, DULB welcomed all the participants and after detailed discussions, the following points were discussed:-

1. In the meeting, it was informed by the Secretary, Environment Department that out of 44 Slaughter Houses, only two are functional.
2. Dr. Bhagaria of Animal Husbandry Department, Haryana informed that State Animal Welfare Board has not been re-constituted so far. He assured that the Board is likely to be re-constituted within one month.
3. Sh. Naresh Kadian, member of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses raised the following issues:
(i) Enforcement by the Police Staff in the field is not proper while transporting animals.
(ii) Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA ) should be constituted in every district under the Presidentship of the concerned D.C. with S.P. and other concerned district official s as members.
(iii) Rules framed by Central Govt. on animals should be endorsed by the State Govt. The Animal Husbandry Department may confirm whether any notification has been issued by their department for prevention of cruelty to animals.
(iv) Animal Welfare Rules 2011 should be followed. The Delhi Govt. has already notified Animal Welfare Rules. The Animal Husbandry Department may collect copy of the same and examine for suitable adoption.
(v) Cow should be declared as state domestic animal.
(vi) Animals should not be transported by goods vehicles. They must be transported in specific vehicles only.
(vii) Money should be charged from the owners of animals caught by the District Administration before returning them back to the owners. The money collected could be utilized for animal welfare.
4. Director, Labour Department, Haryana informed that no child labour is reported to be working at present in the slaughter houses of the State.
5. Mr. Mann from the Environment Department, Haryana informed that an Affidavit in compliance of Hon’ble Supreme Court orders has already been filed and he will be present in the Hon’ble Supreme Court on the next date of hearing i.e. 20.2.2013.
6. After detailed discussion, the following decisions were taken:-
(i) Faridabad Municipal Corporation be advised to shut down illegal slaughter houses.
(ii) All the slaughter houses should be modernized and proper hygiene and cleanliness be maintained.
(iii) Members of the State Committee or reputed N.G.O.’s may also be invited in the meetings at District level Committee on slaughter houses.
(iv) Licences of slaughter houses be issued under Food Safety Act, after they meet the requisite criteria
(v) Offences under the Act should be made cognizable.
(vi) All the concerned departments and Deputy Commissioners must be directed to take strict action against the defaulters.
(vii) All the slaughter houses must have the provision of Effluent Treatment Plant.
7. The Committee will again meet after three months to review the action taken by the Department /DCs on the decisions taken.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.
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MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON 14.2.2013 AT 12:00 NOON UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF SH. P.RAGHAVENDRA RAO, IAS, PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVT. HARYANA, URBAN LOCAL BODIES DEPARTMENT IN THE OFFICE ROOM NO. 622, 6TH FLOOR IN THE NEW MINI SECRETARIAT,SECTOR -17,CHANDIGARH REGARDING SLAUGHTER HOUSES FUNCTIONING IN HARYANA STATE.

List of participants is enclosed at Annexure –‘A’.

At the outset, DULB welcomed all the participants and after detailed discussions, the following points were discussed:-

1. In the meeting, it was informed by the Secretary, Environment Department that out of 44 Slaughter Houses, only two are functional.
2. Dr. Bhagaria of Animal Husbandry Department, Haryana informed that State Animal Welfare Board has not been re-constituted so far. He assured that the Board is likely to be re-constituted within one month.
3. Sh. Naresh Kadian, member of the State Committee for Slaughter Houses raised the following issues:
(i) Enforcement by the Police Staff in the field is not proper while transporting animals.
(ii) Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA ) should be constituted in every district under the Presidentship of the concerned D.C. with S.P. and other concerned district official s as members.
(iii) Rules framed by Central Govt. on animals should be endorsed by the State Govt. The Animal Husbandry Department may confirm whether any notification has been issued by their department for prevention of cruelty to animals.
(iv) Animal Welfare Rules 2011 should be followed. The Delhi Govt. has already notified Animal Welfare Rules. The Animal Husbandry Department may collect copy of the same and examine for suitable adoption.
(v) Cow should be declared as state domestic animal.
(vi) Animals should not be transported by goods vehicles. They must be transported in specific vehicles only.
(vii) Money should be charged from the owners of animals caught by the District Administration before returning them back to the owners. The money collected could be utilized for animal welfare.
4. Director, Labour Department, Haryana informed that no child labour is reported to be working at present in the slaughter houses of the State.
5. Mr. Mann from the Environment Department, Haryana informed that an Affidavit in compliance of Hon’ble Supreme Court orders has already been filed and he will be present in the Hon’ble Supreme Court on the next date of hearing i.e. 20.2.2013.
6. After detailed discussion, the following decisions were taken:-
(i) Faridabad Municipal Corporation be advised to shut down illegal slaughter houses.
(ii) All the slaughter houses should be modernized and proper hygiene and cleanliness be maintained.
(iii) Members of the State Committee or reputed N.G.O.’s may also be invited in the meetings at District level Committee on slaughter houses.
(iv) Licences of slaughter houses be issued under Food Safety Act, after they meet the requisite criteria
(v) Offences under the Act should be made cognizable.
(vi) All the concerned departments and Deputy Commissioners must be directed to take strict action against the defaulters.
(vii) All the slaughter houses must have the provision of Effluent Treatment Plant.
7. The Committee will again meet after three months to review the action taken by the Department /DCs on the decisions taken.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.
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