Kerala High Court division bench heard a PIL filed by Kerala Independent Farmers Association seeking direction to the Union of India to cause publication of notification in Malayalam and Tamil languages with local circulation of the contents.
Uttarakhand High Court while hearing a PIL raising the issue of man-animal conflict in the State directed the Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, State of Uttarakhand to constitute a committee headed by the Principal Conservator of Forest to look into the matter.
Tripura High Court division bench disposed a PIL filed by practicing advocate with prayers to seek a direction restraining transfer and transportation of captive bred Elephants from Northeast India and in particular from the States of Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh to an Elephant Camp.
The Nagpur Division Bench of Bombay High Court dismisses a PIL seeking a direction to the State Government to grant permission to re-start the cock fighting on the ground that the cock fighting is a traditional sport, which is enjoyed by the citizens of the State of Maharashtra since ages.
A June 3 apex court order that all protected forest tracts and wildlife sanctuaries should have eco-sensitive zones of one kilometre from their boundaries has led to protests in Kerala. It is now thinking of bypassing the order
The ministry also relied on the remark made by the FSSAI that anything which is non-food (not consumed by humans) is not within the ambit of FSSAI Act, 2006 and concluded that animal feed is not regulated by FSSAI.