Bengaluru, May 13: Members of the India chapter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) had spread awareness of the sufferings of milch cows here on Friday.
while going to matter, on Friday, May 12, tied up three pregnant women under the summer Sun. However, it was all consensual and all for a noble cause, To spread awareness of the sufferings of milch cows.
This was deliberate because PETA India also wanted to highlight the plight of these cows, who are kept pregnant and made to bear calves over and over again so more milk can be made from them.
What's more, the three pregnant women who took part in the protest are also PETA India members Amna Naqvi and Anita Gulati from Delhi, and Neha Singh from Mumbai.
The women's told that PETA India was conducting such demonstrations throughout the country, and they had volunteered to come to Bengaluru to advocate veganism, which calls for non-consumption of cow milk or any of its products.