Stop Beating Dogs to Death on Campus in India

Target: Director H.R. Singla

Goal: Punish security guards for allegedly beating stray dogs to death on Lovely Professional University campus in Jalandhar, India.

Students on Lovely Professional campus identified a series of animal abuses ranging from beating dogs to death, to crushing or tossing puppies into garbage bins. They discovered that security guards meant to protect inhabitants of the campus were reportedly issued a mandate by the school to do this. This horrifying discovery followed the death of a stray dog named Hope. A student customarily brought food for Hope every morning and was greeted with kisses and wagging tail. However, on one fateful day, the student ran late. Instead of a greeting by their stray friend, they instead found hope dazed and bleeding profusely from a severe beating. Hope was rushed to a nearby vet, but his wounds were too severe and he died within the hour. Hope lost his life, and this student lost his friend because of someone else’s monstrous actions. Afterward, students began talking and stories of other abuses came to light. Hope’s murder wasn’t a random act of cruelty, but just one act in a series.

Places of learning are beacons in to society, and are often considered places of high standard. Lovely Professional has shown it’s colors in a tragically disappointing way. The lack of humanity and surplus of ignorance it takes to charge security with brutally slaughtering animals is next to incomprehensible, but sadly all too common.

Put an end to this senseless massacre of stray dogs. Urge Lovely Professional School to help these dogs instead of murdering them. Stray animals may be inconvenient in the eyes of a business, but that does not make them fodder for petty cruelties. If humanity is measured by how one treats lesser individuals, human or animal, then Lovely Professional School has shown itself to lack even the most basic understanding.


Dear Director Singla,

Recently, stray dogs and puppies have been brutally murdered on Lovely Professional’s campus. It has come to light that this is apparently due to a mandate issued by the school to the security guards. Stray dogs are reportedly being beaten and left to die, puppies are crushed or tossed into dumpsters. Lovely Professional claims an excellence in education that is not reflected by this sort of mandate. It’s horrifying to think a place of higher learning would resort to such barbaric practices.

Please, recant this mandate. Stop encouraging security on the campus to engage in such cruelty, and punish those who have and continue to do so. Take the opportunity to aid these stray dogs, and provide the students an opportunity to help and extend compassion to those who need it most.


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  1. I write a lot of books, including books on dogs and their welfare and I know, yes, people are cruel to dogs in many countries. But I am absolutely astounded that an Indian University should allow such an outrage on its campus when all the world is watching. Young people will not want to go to this so-called university any more, will they? Students are looking for a place of learning not a place of barbarity.

  2. basha kline says:

    I agree wholeheartedly with angela Patmore and I cannot comprehend a so called civilised country which, in the 21st century to exhude such sickening traits from a throwback of thousands of years. India just cannot drag itself to comprehend that the animals of this world rely upon us for their welfare not to be an object of their volatile spleen venting. Dogs are more intelligent than most of us give them credit – just today they are talking about training them to pilot planes, believe it or not and this after training dogs to drive cars. We are a small voice in the drive of hoping that the world will change from being vile, angry and inhumane. We are given the creatures of this world as gifts and we should feed, nurture and show concern even before ourselves.

  3. Who ever gave the mandate to kill these poor dogs should not only be fired from the University they should be prosecuted and thrown in jail.
    I thought universities were supposed to leading the way in ideas etc.
    But definitely not this one.

  4. Any update on thus?

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