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In recent order Gujarat High Court has observed that :

* Article 51-A(g) of the Constitution of India, casts a fundamental duty on every citizen to have compassion for living creature. Article 51-A(g) not only imposes a duty on every citizen to protect all animals on which unnecessary pain is being inflicted.

Birds and animals have fundamental rights to live.

* Infliction of unnecessary pain, or suffering on animals is anti-thesis to compassion, the duty as imposed by Article 51-A(g) of the Constitution of India. Nobody has a right to inflict pain or suffering to others inclusive of the animals and birds.

* Even birds can not be kept in cages by which they suffer a pain. To keep birds in cages would tantamount to illegal confinement of the birds which is in violation of right of the birds to live in free air / sky.

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