New Delhi, India (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
Parwashwar Ali Qassimi is a well-known animal rights activist in New Delhi running shelters for helpless animals that are treated in the worst manner by humans. Recently the dog burning activity in South Korea raised many questions about animal’s safety in this human dominated world. She demanded for a probe in this case and wants those cruel people to be punished.
"This is called ruthlessness! I don't know what is wrong with people, they must be out of their minds. Just because we do not have laws to protect stray dogs, it doesn't mean you can just set them on fire. The guilty has to be punished no matter what," said a supporter of Parwashwar Ali Qassimi's camp.
According to the article, two dogs were set on fire in the past two weeks and were left to die in South Korea. These kind of doings are really troubling and shows to what extent humans can cause pain to the poor voiceless creatures. Parwashwar Ali Qassimi, along with some regional animal welfare groups, joined hands together to fight against all kinds of animal cruelty and appeals the government to take severe measures so that kind of case never occurs again.
Parwashwar Ali Qassimi was born in New Delhi in 1964. She was raised the oldest of three children in an upper-middle class family and attended public schools in Noida, Uttar Pradesh and later Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh where she excelled scholastically and professionally. She currently lives in New Delhi and supports various projects taken up for the safety and security of animals.