Take Action Against Alleged Misuse of Hormones in Dairy Farms

Target: Vinai Kumar Saxena, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, India

Goal: Enforce strict regulations against the alleged illegal use of Oxytocin in dairy operations to protect animals and public health.

Delhi’s dairy colonies have reportedly come under scrutiny for alleged misuse of the Oxytocin hormone, sparking significant public health and animal cruelty concerns in India. The hormone, used improperly, can harm cattle and humans consuming products from these dairies. The recent directives from the Delhi High Court underscore the urgency to tackle these issues.

Detailed investigations by local authorities have allegedly revealed frequent unauthorized Oxytocin usage, contravening several health and safety regulations. The plea to the court highlighted the necessity for regular inspections and stringent actions against violators to ensure compliance with the law and safeguard the welfare of both animals and the community.

This situation reportedly necessitates immediate intervention to halt these practices, which compromise dairy integrity and animal welfare. To ensure such practices are eradicated, enforce stricter controls and legal action against those responsible for the alleged wrongdoing.


Dear LG Saxena,

We are writing to express our deep concerns over the reported illegal use of Oxytocin in dairy colonies across Delhi, which poses serious risks to animal welfare and public health. The alleged misuse of this hormone, as highlighted in recent court hearings, calls for your immediate attention and action.

Enforcing the court’s directives by ensuring rigorous inspections and monitoring is essential. This will help identify and penalize those allegedly involved in these unlawful activities. We believe that strict enforcement of these regulations is crucial to addressing the alleged abuses taking place within these dairy operations.

We urge you to take decisive action by implementing comprehensive measures to prevent the illegal use of Oxytocin and to relocate dairies to more suitable locations as suggested by the courts. Such steps are necessary to protect the animals involved and ensure the health and safety of Delhi’s residents.


[Your Name Here]

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