Bollywood actor John Abraham has recently sent an urgent letter to the CEO of a popular e-ticketing platform, to draw his attention towards ending the sale of tickets in circuses and promoting only animal-free entertainment. has been sent to formulate a policy.
johnRambo, a former ‘Person of the Year’ for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, wrote in connection with the sale of circus tickets, on which an FIR was recently registered by the Pune city police. Findings of PETA India’s investigation.
The ‘Attack: Part 1′ star urged the former to end the circus’ ticket sales operations, writing to BookMyShow founder and CEO Ashish Hemrajani, after an investigation revealed that it allowed dogs to perform unregistered tricks. was forced to.
The dogs performed tricks such as jumping through hoops and jumping over flags, and a performer caught two fish between his teeth, swallowed the fish alive, and put them in a bowl of water.
Later, Rambo Circus admitted to using the fish illegally.
John Abraham’s letter states, “Many circuses around the world now only show shows featuring willing human actors. When animals are used as a means of entertainment, these sentient beings are deprived of that life.” They are given what they were meant to live, and they often endure unnecessary pain and suffering, confined to inadequate housing and forced to perform sinister and deceptive tricks under the threat of corporal punishment.”
PETA India noted that ‘BookMyShow’ had earlier also promoted Ajanta Circus, against which the Animal Welfare Board of India had recently sought action for using animals without the required certification.
john He concluded his letter by saying: “I hope you do not take the side of cruelty and do the right thing by implementing a policy of not allowing the promotion, sale or sale of circus tickets that use ‘BookMyShow’ animals.” will do.”
The actor’s previous work for PETA India has included speaking out for monkeys forced to dance in Mumbai, urging authorities to put a stop to illegal pig slaughter in Goa, and starring in a campaign calling for all birds to be kept in cages. Requested not to keep