On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected a petition that former Indian cricket team captain Kapil Dev and two other campaigners had brought challenging several of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act’s provisions. These particular clauses permitted the annihilation or destruction of any animal in accordance with any legislation, as well as the killing of stray dogs using deadly chambers or other specified procedures.

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