Karnataka notifies draft rules for transportation of cattle

Karnataka notifies draft rules for transportation of cattle

January 17, 2021

Anti-cow slaughter Ordinance comes into effect tomorrow

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Ordinance, 2020, to ban slaughter of cattle, will come into effect from tomorrow (Jan. 18). The State Government issued a notification to this effect on Jan. 16. The Ordinance bans slaughter of cows, bulls and bullocks of all ages, besides he or she buffaloes aged below 13.

The Government also framed draft rules under the Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle (Transportation of Cattle) Rules, 2021. The draft rules have been notified for seeking objections/ suggestions.

The rules state that cattle can be allowed for transportation only after obtaining permission from the competent authority for agricultural or animal husbandry purposes. Cattle should not be transported between 8 pm and 6 am and also during summer months — March to May — between 11 am and 3 pm. No motor vehicle transporting cattle on road should exceed the speed of 25 km per hour.

Cattle over six months of pregnancy should not be transported, unless it is being transported for the purpose of treatment. Each consignment of cattle transport should bear a label showing in bold red letters the name, address and telephone number of the consignor and consignee, the number and types of cattle being transported and the quantity of rations and food provided.

Motor vehicles meant for carrying animals should not be permitted to carry any other goods except food, water and fodder. In cases where not more than two milch animals and their calves are transported in a local area of 15 km, transport certificate might be exempted. In case of death of cattle in transit, the owner of the cattle should obtain the post-mortem report from the competent authority before transporting it.

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