Demand Justice for Dog Allegedly Kicked During Cricket Match

Target: Roger Binny, President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)

Goal: Implement stricter animal welfare policies within IPL events.

A recent event at an Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket match has stirred widespread indignation. Allegedly, a dog wandered onto the field, only to be kicked and chased by security and ground staff. Varun Dhawan, an esteemed Indian actor, expressed outrage, emphasizing that a dog is not a football and highlighting the non-threatening behavior of the animal.

Moreover, spectators at the event seemingly found amusement in the situation. They laughed and shared videos of the distressing scene, adding emojis to their shares. This reaction paints a bleak picture of societal attitudes towards animal welfare. Siddhanth Kapoor, a public figure, criticized the spectators’ response, declaring it indicative of a regrettable state of humanity.

The necessity for change is glaring. It’s paramount that IPL adopts more compassionate and humane protocols for handling unexpected incidents involving animals. Call on the BCCI president to enforce stricter animal welfare measures during league events, ensuring such distressing incidents are averted in the future.


Dear Roger Binny,

A concerning event unfolded at a recent IPL match, reportedly casting a shadow over the sport and its treatment of animals. Allegedly, security and ground staff were seen kicking a dog that had entered the playing field. Reports indicate this act of cruelty, far from being met with intervention, was received with laughter and entertainment by some spectators. This not only highlights a disturbing act of alleged animal abuse but also a societal desensitization to such acts.

Esteemed personalities like Varun Dhawan and Siddhanth Kapoor have voiced their dissent, pointing out the non-aggressive nature of the dog and the inappropriate response from both staff and spectators. This incident has not only marred the reputation of the IPL but also brought to light the urgent need for stringent animal welfare policies within the league.

We demand the implementation of comprehensive animal welfare measures at IPL events. Such policies should ensure the humane treatment of animals and provide guidelines for the respectful handling of similar situations in the future. It’s imperative that the IPL leads by example, promoting compassion and respect for all living beings.

[Your Name Here]

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  1. Mary Young says:

    That’s fucking bullshit that I sign all these to protect animals but nothing being done and no one going to jail

    • I feel like that too. I wish Street Justice could get them and make sure they did not recover. Get the whole lot of them off the planet, evil mobsters.

  2. Sherry Akridge says:

    All the security and ground staff that kicked the dog should be FIRED! Kick a defenseless dog, lose your freaking job! There should also be abuse charges filed against them immediately!

  3. Irene Leggett says:

    INDIA, becoming the most cruel, brutal, sadistic and barbaric country on this planet. Why are so many ASIAN countries inhabited by vile, depraved, deranged, psychotic pieces of human trash???

  4. Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man. – Schopenhauer
    India, it is time to upgrade animal protection to a value that is equal to humankind.

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