Cops are going to hammer PASA for many offences.

Gujarat police slap PASA charges against those suspected more than once for slaughtering buffaloes . The decision was made because buffaloes are also considered bovine under the Gujarat Animals Preservation Act, 1954 .

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat police made the decision to slap PASA (Prevention of Anti-Social Activities Act) charges against those suspected more than once for slaughtering buffaloes and their descendants, according to a circular issued on May 11 by the DGP, CID (crime) to all police commissioners and SPs, the decision was made because buffaloes are also considered bovine under the Gujarat Animals Preservation Act, 1954.However, for those who are involved in the butchering of buffaloes, no such PASA plans are made in the general sense.According to the PASA, there seems to be a lack of clarity regarding the submission of proposals.According to the circular, the Gujarat Animals Preservation Act, 1954 must be clarified.

The decision was made in isolation.During Paryushan, a holy period for the Jains, Gujarat had previously prohibited the killing of animals and birds for consumption, as well as the selling of meat, poultry, and fish within the municipality area.