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PETA India: Animal Welfare Board issues advisory to replace animals from movies with modern technology

Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) issued an advisory for animal cruelty, under which it has asked all film directors, producer associations, production houses, OTT platform associations, and other and advertisers to stop animal cruelty in the entertainment industry.

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Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) issued an advisory for animal cruelty, under which it has asked all film directors, producer associations, production houses, OTT platform associations, and other and advertisers to stop animal cruelty in the entertainment industry. It said the industry has to use the modern methods of technology visual effects (VFX), such as computer-generated imagery (CGI), and animatronics over real animals so that it can stop the infliction of unnecessary pain and suffering to them.

This comes after the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in India appealed to the board about animal cruelty in the entertainment industry. The group also informed the AWBI about the recent death of a horse on the set of the upcoming Telugu film Ponniyin Selvan.

The AWBI advisory observed that innocent animals are often used to transport to unfamiliar locations, where they are exposed to disorganized conditions on a movie set, their trainers are used to train them for situations which completely clueless to them.

The board also observed that the animals being used in films and televisions shows are usually separated from their mothers as infants, starved or beaten during their training, forced to perform dangerous confusing or tasks, and caged or chained when not being used.

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PETA India’s Chief Advocacy Officer Khushboo Gupta informed the people about the AWBI’s action. She said there is a moral responsibility of Indian production companies to use CGI, VFX, and other types of modern technology and should follow the example of many renowned foreign and Indian filmmakers that have used this technology instead of live animals.

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Videos show Amritpal Singh’s private militia Anandpur Khalsa Force in weapons training, target practice | WATCH

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As the hunt for fugitive Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh continued for the seventh day today, videos of the ‘Waris Punjab De’ chief private militia christened ‘Anandpur Khalsa Force’ or AKF, have emerged on social media platforms.

Visuals doing the rounds on social media show the members of notorious Khalistan sympathizers private army donning body armor emblazoned with the AKF logo, undergoing weapons training in a forested area, which is reportedly a make-shift shooting range constructed in Amritpal Singh’s native village of Jallupur Khera.

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According to the Punjab Police, Amritpal’s former gunman, Tejinder Singh Gill alias Gorkha Baba, revealed during questioning that the ‘Waris Punjab De’ supremo ran a highly organized network to train recruits in his protection force, with extensive weapons training and target practice.

Tejinder told the police that Amritpal Singh had formed a private militia called the Anandpur Khalsa Force or AKF who underwent extensive arms training at a makeshift shooting range in the Jallupur Khera village.

Singh’s former bodyguard told the cops that AKF recruits underwent rigorous arms training and target practice and were accorded ranked as per their seniority.

Meanwhile, reports today claimed that the fugitive Khalistani may be headed for Delhi, a day after his last known location was traced to Haryana.

An NDTV report quoting sources said the security has been heightened across the national capital as its suspected that the notorious ‘Waris Punjab De’ chief may be headed to Delhi after last being spotted in Shahabad in Haryana’s Kurukshetra.

On Sunday, Amritpal Singh and his associate Papalpreet Singh, had stayed at Shahabad home of a woman identified as Baljeet Kaur, who was arrested yesterday, Punjab Police said.

A video with a time stamp of Monday, doing the rounds on the internet yesterday showed the fugitive Sikh preacher dressed in a white shirt and blue jeans, trying to hide his face with an umbrella as he was departing from the Baljeet Kaur’s house in Shahabad.

On Thursday, the Punjab Police arrested Amritpal Singh’s former gunman and notorious associate, Tejinder Singh aka Gorkha Baba.

A report quoted DSP Payal Harsimrat Singh of the Punjab Police as saying that Tejinder Singh, a resident of Punjab’s Mangewal village, was nabbed by the Khanna police.

A nation-wide crackdown was launched to nab Amritpal Singh after the dreaded Khalistani leader and his supporters armed with swords and guns, stormed a police station in Ajnala on the outskirts of Amritsar city last month and clashed with police for the release of one of his aides Lovepreet Singh.

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Salman Khan death threat email linked to UK number, cops say

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The email ID through which a death threat was sent to Bollywood actor Salman Khan is linked to a UK-based mobile number, the Mumbai Police has said.

According to reports quoting sources in the Mumbai Police, the email ID from which the threat was made revealed that it was linked to a mobile number in the UK and efforts are underway to trace the person under whose name the number was registered.

Mumbai Police probing the threat e-mail case received by actor Salman Khan have found a British link.

Last week, gangsters Lawrence Bishnoi, Goldie Brar and Rohit Garg were booked under sections 506(2),120(b) and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in a case registered at the Bandra Police Station for allegedly sending threatening emails superstar Salman Khan’s office.

Salman Khan is currently under a Y+ category security cover provided by the Mumbai Police; a step taken by the Maharashtra government after the superstar had received a similar death threat from Lawrence Bishnoi gang earlier.

A death threat letter was sent to Salman and his father Salim Khan last year, which was discovered by the Khans’ security team near the Bandra Bandstand promenade outside the actor’s Mumbai home where Salim goes for his routine morning run.

In October last year, the Delhi Police revealed that in the purported plan to assassinate Salman Khan, the member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang tried to befriend the staff of the actor’s farmhouse in Mumbai in a bid to ascertain the details about the timings of his entry and exit.

Earlier this week, security was tightened outside Salman Khan’s Galaxy Apartments after he received a death threat via an email from the Lawrence Bishnoi gang.

The email, reportedly sent by Rohit Garg, mentioned that Lawrence Bishnoi wants to meet Salman Khan in person. Bishnoi wants Salman Khan to apologize in public for killing blackbuck in 1998.

The e-mail stated Salman Khan must have seen the interview given recently to a news channel by Lawrence Bishnoi, and if not, he should see it. It further said if Khan wants to close the matter, he should talk face-to-face with Goldy bhai (Goldy Brar), adding there is still time but “agli bar, jhatka dekhne ko milega (next time you’ll have to face the music).”

Lawrence Bishnoi warned the actor that he would crush his ego sooner or later if he doesn’t apologize.

Lawrence Bishnoi is currently behind bars after was he arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on November 23 last year for allegedly hatching a conspiracy to recruit youth for carrying out terror attacks in Delhi and other parts of the country.

The notorious gangster is also suspected to be behind last year’s brutal gangster-style murder of popular Punjabi singer-rapper Sidhu Moosewala. Bishnoi is the prime suspect in Moosewala’s killing.

In a recent controversy, a Punjab-based news channel allegedly aired a live interview of Bishnoi from inside the Bathinda jail, however, the Punjab Prisons administration denied reports that the program was shot inside any prison in the AAP-ruled state.

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Massive fire breaks out on Garib Rath Express at Bihar’s Muzaffarpur junction

The flames were so intense that they spread to the coach as well.

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Massive fire breaks out on Garib Rath Express at Bihar's Muzaffarpur junction

A fire broke out in a Garib Rath Express’s compartment on Friday at the Muzaffarpur Junction in Bihar at around 1:45 pm. According to the reports, the train was supposed to depart for Anand Vihar Terminus at New Delhi at around 3 pm.

The fire emerged in the G-15 compartment of the train. The flames were so intense that they spread to the coach as well.

The fire brigade authorities team along with the fire tenders immediately rushed to the spot and started to douse the fire. Firefighters started the rescue operation and helped the passengers evacuate safely. There was chaos for a while but the fire was controlled in time and a major accident was averted.

Reportedly, train number 12211 Muzaffarpur-Anand Vihar Garib Rath Express had a halt at platform number 2 of the junction. Just when the authorities were planning to open the gate of the bogie, they saw smoke emitting out from the 6-15 bogie.

The vendor present at the station immediately informed the railway personnel. Soon, the firefighters reached the spot and extinguished the fire.

Reports suggest that no casualties due to the fire breakout had come to light. The cause of the fire is said to be a short circuit.

Earlier, a fire broke out in one of the coaches of a train running from Madhya Pradesh’s Betul to Chhindwara. As per initial reports, the fire initially broke out in one coach which later extended to the other two coaches of the train. The fire broke out at a time when the train was parked at the railway yard.

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