Shraddha Kapoor urges colleagues and government officials to impose stricter laws against animal cruelty

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It’s no surprise that Shraddha Kapoor is a strong advocate of animal welfare and social issues. The actress has, on multiple occasions, brought many such issues to light and most recently, Shraddha took to her social media to emphasize how laws and penalties against animal cruelty need to be stricter compared to what they are now.

The actress also tagged several other Bollywood celebrities in her post along with government officials such as the Prime Minister of India and the CM of Maharashtra to ensure that maximum people raise their voices to change said laws.

Shraddha took to Instagram and shared,
“ We are in 2020. It’s high time the penalties are stricter and the laws change. We need change NOW 🙏💜”

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We are in 2020. It’s high time the penalties are stricter and the laws change. We need change NOW 🙏💜 @narendramodi @cmomaharashtra_ @adityathackeray @manekagandhibjp @thejohnabraham @diamirzaofficial @anushkasharma @shazamorani @aliaabhatt @varundvn @tigerjackieshroff @dishapatani @jacquelinef143 @siddhanthkapoor @priyaankksharma @rajkummar_rao @sidmalhotra @deepikapadukone @priyankachopra @shahidkapoor @actorprabhas @hrithikroshan @bhumipednekar @ananyapanday @saraalikhan95 @janhvikapoor @rohanshrestha @ayushmannk @jyotikakatkar @_praveen_nair @maaheknair @tedthestoner @nishthabijlani @taapsee @sonamkapoor @rheakapoor @arjunkapoor @adityaroykapur @amitabhbachchan @beingsalmankhan @amtmindia @aslisona @ashar_meet @ishankhatter @kartikaaryan @athiyashetty @niveditaasharma @remodsouza @leepakshiellawadi

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Soon after Shraddha posted, actor John Abram shared the post on his social media. Shraddha boasts a massive following on social media and always ensured that she uses her influencer for all the right reasons.

Previously Shraddha shared a video on ‘Lockdown Zoo’ that talked about the ill practice of keeping animals locked in zoos.