Don’t insist on removing of pets from terrace: Kerala HC

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By Specific Information Service

KOCHI: The Kerala Excessive Court docket on Monday directed the Station Home Officer of Karamana police station to chorus from insisting {that a} resident of Durga Nagar underneath its limits take away pet birds from the terrace of her residence.

Justice Raja Vijayaraghavan issued the order on a petition filed by 38-year-old Ok Muthukutti of Karamana, Thiruvananthapuram, looking for a directive to the police to not harass her and her household demanding the removing of birds from their terrace. 

Muthukutti submitted that her members of the family had been being harassed by the circle inspector of police and the SHO, Karamana, for preserving pet birds of their residence. The police initiated motion based mostly on the complaints of native residents. The courtroom additionally directed the federal government to report whether or not the petitioner has been violating any provision of legislation by preserving birds as pets. 

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