‎Illegal Animal Trafficking

27 Years running business in Chilakaluripet

no license and no permission

Chilakaluripet illegal cows trade for meat | Chilakaluripet illegal cows trade for meat

Police Tax 10,000/- per Animal Truck

  1. If you want to transport animals in trucks on NH5 any where in Andhra Pradesh, you need to pay 10,000/- per truck to Chilakaluri  pet criminal gang.
  2. This gang was supported by the all departments and this is running last 27 years
  3. If you don't pay 10,000/- then you can not move the truck one inch.
This criminal gangs maintain secret guns.

You can enquire about this anyone in Chilakaluripet.

అక్రమ సంపాదన

  1. ఆర్.ఓ.సి.నెo.2145/2010/A1 గుంటూరు జిల్లా కలెక్టర్ మరియు చిలకలూరిపేట మునిసిపల్ కమీషనర్  పశువుల సంతని ఆకస్మిక తనికీలు చేసి అక్కడి వున్న రికార్డులను పరిశీలించి, సంత ను చట్టవిరుద్దంగా నడుపుత్న్నారని సంవత్సరానికి 41580 ఆవుల, పశువుల  క్రయ విక్రయాలు జరిగినట్లు నిర్ధారించి అపరాదరుసుమును సంత యజమాని నుండి వాసులు చసినారు.
    R.O.C.No.2145/2010/A1 Guntur district collector and chilakaluripet municipal commissioner visited once the illegal shandy and reviewed all available documents during the time of the visit. They concluded the shandy runes illegal and estimated 41,580 cows and buffaloes sale per year. They collected fine and gave a first time permission due to the humanitarian reasons ( No one understand meaning of humanitarian reason means, you can understand how much bribe involved and it was estimated around 40 lakhs)

  2. ప్రతి వారానికి పశువుల సంత యజమాని ఆదాయం రూ10 లక్షలు. ఈ అక్రమ సంపాదనతో గుంటూరు జిల్లాలో 200 మంది ప్రభుత్వ అధికారులకు నెల వారి జీతం పంపిణి చేస్తుంటారు.  గత 27 సంవత్సరాల ఈ పశువుల సంత చరిత్రలో ఒకే  ఒక వార్తా పత్రిక మాత్రమే వార్త ప్రచురించారు.
    The profits are vast. Profit per week Rs10 Lakhs and now a days they sell around one lakh animals. This evidence suggests animal smuggling is being used to bankroll civil wars (Ex: This Shandy owner used illegal guns and killed one person in Guntur government travel bungalow). Around 200 Government officials / journalists and politicians receive every month salaries.  Last 27 years only one newspaper published one news article. None of the news channels and newspapers publish any news about this topic. The democracy is dead.

Chilakaluripet_Statistics.pdf (306.7KB)

చిలకలూరిపేటలో ప్రతి వారానికి రెండు సార్లు

వివిధ పశువుల సంత కన్నా చిలకలూరిపేటలో ప్రతి వారానికి  రెండు సార్లు నిర్వహించే ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ రాష్ట్రంలో అతి పెద్దది.  ఇక్కడ నుంచి పశువుల అక్రమ రవాణా కొనసాగుతుంది.
The biggest cattle fair (Animal Shandy /Santa) runs in chailakaluripet (Guntur Dt) twice a week in last 27 years. Cows / Animals illigal transporation starts from Chilakaluripet to all over India for the slaughtering

  1. స్థానికంగా అతి తక్కువ ధరలకు కొనుగోలు చేసిన మరియు దొంగిలించిన పసువులును, ఆవులను  కేరళ, తమిళనాడు సరిహద్దు జిల్లాలలోని పసుమాoసం కోసం తరలిస్తుంటారు.
    The organized criminal gangs buys animal’s very cheap price as well as steal them and smuggle them to the neighbour states like tamilnadu, kerala and other states for slaughtering.

  2. పశువుల రవాణాకు సంబందించి ప్రభుత్వం పలు మార్గదర్సలు, నిబందనలు విదించింది. పసువులను లారీలో తరలించేదుకు దానిని ఒకదానిఫై ఒకటి కుక్కెసి కనీసం తల తిప్పకుండా నరకయాతనకు గురిచేస్తారు.
    Animal Welfare Board of India provided guidelines about the animal transportation rules under section 38 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.   Trucks transporting animals under tough conditions and on how they too could directly and indirectly put an end to the menace.

  3. రవాణా సమయంలో ఒకదానిఫై ఒకటి పడి మార్గమద్యంలో కొన్ని పశువులు చనిపోతుoతుంటాయి. పసువులను రవాణా చేసే వాహనం బాడీ చక్కతో తాయారు చేసి, మార్గమద్యంలో వాటికి నీరు, గడ్డి విదిగా అందించవలసి ఉoటుంది. కాని ఇవి కగితాలకే పరిమితమవుతున్నాయి.
    Animals suffer and some even die during transportation. The rules require stopping for water and feed, and that only 6 large animals in a lorry can be transported or about 12 for smaller calves. Any violation of these laws is termed illegal. As generally none of these laws are followed,

  4.  వీటితో పాటు పశువులను తరలిoచే క్రమంలో పసువులను ఆరోగ్యoగా ఉన్నట్లు వెటర్నరీ డాక్టర్ సర్టిఫికేట్ మంజూరు చేయాలి. ఇది కుడా తంతులాగా ముగుస్తోoది.
    A valid certificate by a qualified veterinary surgeon to the effect that the cattle are in fit condition to travel by rail or road and are not suffering from any infectious or contagious or parasitic diseases and that they have been vaccinated against rinderpest and any other infectious or contagious or parasitic diseases, shall accompany each consignment.

  5. సంత యజమాని ప్రతి లారీకి రూ 20 వేల రూపాయలు వసూలు చేసి సొంతగా తయారు చేసిన పర్మిట్ ఇస్తారు. ఈ పర్మిట్ తో రాష్ట్రంలో పసువులను లారీలో ఎక్కడికయినా తరలించవచ్చు.  20 సంవత్సరాల నుండి ఏ పోలీస్ అధికారి లారీలను ఆపలేదు.
    The owner of the Shandy takes 20 thousand rupees per truck and provide his own prepared certificate. With his permit slip, the truck can travel entire Andhra Pradesh. Last 20 years none of the government officers seized the trucks. They all receive monthly salary from him.

No Permission Granted to run santha / shandy by Chilakaluripet Municipality

ANDHRA PRADESH MUNICIPALITIES ACT, 1965

Section 279 Licence for private market

(1) No person shall open a new private market or continue to keep open a private market unless he obtains from the Council a licence to do so.

(2) Application for such licence shall be made by the owner of the place in respect of which the licence is sought not less than thirty days and not more than ninety days, before such place is opened as a market, or the commencement of the year for which the licence is sought to be renewed, as the case may be. 

(3) The Council shall, as regards private markets already lawfully established and may, at its discretion as regards new private markets, grant the licence applied for, subject to such regulations as to supervision and inspection and to such conditions as to sanitation, drainage, water-supply, width of paths and ways, weights and measures to be used, and rents and fees to be charged in such markets as the Council may think proper; or the Council may refuse to grant any such licence for any new private market. The Council may, however, at any time, for breach of the conditions thereof, suspend or cancel any licence which has been granted under this section. The Council may also modify the conditions of the licence to take effect from a specified date. 

(4) When a licence is granted, refused, suspended cancelled or modified under this section, the Council shall cause a notice of such grant, refusal, suspension, cancellation or modification in English and in the main language of the district to be pasted in some conspicuous place at or near the entrance to the place in respect of which the licence was sought or had been obtained. 

(5) Every licence granted under this section shall expire at the end of the year.


Section 280 Fee for licence

When a licence granted under Section 279 permits the levy of any fees of the nature specified in sub-section (2) of Section 277, a fee not exceeding fifteen per centum of the gross income of the owner from the market in the preceding year shall be charged by the Council for such licence.


Section 281 Sale in unlicensed private markets

It shall not be lawful for any person to sell, or expose for sale any animal or article in any unlicensed private market.

పశు సంవర్ధక శాఖ అధికారాలు

అసిస్టెంట్ కమిషనర్ / డైరెక్టర్ (Assistant Commissioner/Director), డిప్యూటీ డైరెక్టర్ లేదా ముఖ్య వెటర్నరీ అధికారి (Deputy Director or Chief Veterinary Officer of Animal Husbandry Department) నుండి సర్టిఫికెట్ తీసుకొని పసువుల రవాణా లారీలలో చేయాలి. సర్టిఫికెట్ రూల్ 96 ఆర్డర్ మరియు ఫార్మాట్.

Transport_Certificate.pdf (4.3MB)

Finally, stricter rules for transporting livestock in India

The government has issued a circular stating that from January 1, 2016, stricter rules shall apply to the transportation of animals to slaughterhouses.

Background: According to Guntur District Collector records dated 13.August 2010. More than 41580 animals per year traded in Mr.Mallela Satyanarayana Private Shandy. All of them tranported with own trucks to Tamilnadu and Kerala for the meat.

On July 8, the transport ministry's circular introduced the eleventh amendment to rules under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The amendment deals specifically with the transportation of livestock meant for slaughter and seeks to curb their mistreatment.

Vehicles meant for transporting livestock are to be permanently partitioned to allow individual carriage of animals and prevent overloading. The amendment further specifies that the size of partitions should not be less than 2 sq m for cows and buffaloes,  0.3 sq m for sheep and goats, 0.6 sq m for pigs and 40 sq cm for poultry.

Vehicles without special licences issued by the regional transport officer will not be allowed to ply on roads. The circular also notifies that vehicles meant for carrying livestock will not be permitted to carry any other cargo.

The amendment to the motor vehicles rules is expected to be welcomed by animal rights activists who had been raising the issue of maltreatment of animals during transport as well as animal trafficking. Over 4,000 online petitions and letters were addressed to Union Minister for Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari before the introduction of the amendment. Media reports indicate that the notification was issued after the matter was taken up by Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi.

The new rules come four years after the Food Safety Act, 2011, which laid down conditions under which animals meant for consumption were to be kept and transported. The Act had also noted that unnecessary stress during transportation affects the quality of meat, apart from being inhuman. The chances of animals contracting infections and diseases increase during periods of long travel in highly constrained spaces.