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Guwahatti: cultivate awareness of animal abuse in its unique way, and people's Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
On Tuesday, members asked a participant to "die" in a box for an hour in protest against frozen meat.
Neha Singh, a member of PETA and head of the Mumbai youth brigade, painted himself in organic red, symbolizing blood, and locked himself in a cage.
The box is like a meat plate covered with a clear plastic sheet with small holes on it to allow her to breathe.
The activities of the animal-friendly organization are carried out on the occasion of International meat-free day.
Its message "Meat Is Murder" is clear.
The price of the plastic sheet is also 60,000 rupees.
"The animal-friendly organization wants people to feel the pain of the animals that make up our daily diet.
Chickens, cattle, goats, pigs and other animals are treated in the most pitiful way, separated from the family.
"The pain I spent 60 minutes in a box can't be compared to the animal's pain," Neha said . ".
When asked if the PETA members considered taking similar action at Kaziranga National Park to highlight the dangers faced by the rhino, member Neerja Khede told TOI, "we need
"The responsibility is on people," said Neha.
Poaching has met the growing demand for animal products.
"Supply stops automatically if demand stops," she said . ".
The members said that PETA will provide support to anyone who can increase the demand for a comprehensive ban on slaughtering animals.
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