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Hell for stray dogs is the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Autonagar dog pound

Posted on | August 19, 2011 | 23 Comments

Starving dogs are reduced to eating puppies at GHMC Autonagar dog pound

Primary accounts from Hyderabad by Akshara M., Vijayadevi Mamidi (advocate & animal rights volunteer), Mrs Padmaja Bundla (President and Founder, Caring Hands for Animals). Pictures and videos taken here were taken surreptitiously on location since GHMC staff would not allow any pictures to be taken. Compiled by Rakesh Shukla for The Voice of Stray Dogs. Picture and video gallery at the bottom of the article.

Crammed dogs at GHMC, waiting to die a slow terrible death

Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has been in the news many times for the active cruelty in the animal shelters it runs in the Greater Hyderabad areas. By most accounts this cruelty perhaps the worst that can be inflicted by man, is not new and has been systematically practiced for years, if not decades. This article starts with an eyewitness account of the Autonagar dog pound on July 29, July 30th and Aug 9 2011. And looks at the same incidents in the past years. GHMC has five dog pounds in Hyderabad at Amberpet, Autonagar, Jeedimetla, Patancheru, Zumerath Bazar.

The GHMC Autonagar building itself is an industrial shed, with large open gaps that act as windows and ventilation. In the ‘shed’ there are metal grill cages with grill floors.

  • Dogs crammed into cages: A cage fit to house 1-2 dogs for a day or 2 to recuperate with very limited movement easily has 6 to 8 dogs. Some have 12 to 15 dogs crammed in.
  • No water: Most of the cages have no water troughs and when there are water troughs, they did not have water. For the ones that had water – in ALL cases the water was filthy with larvae and germs clearly visible.
  • Systematic starvation: Food is watery white rice with some diluted milk or curd. All the dogs are fed with ONE bowl in each cage. The quantity of food given is to barely feed one dog in one meal, but there is only ONE meal with ONE serving for ALL the dogs in a cage. This means that the strongest dog eats all the food and the other 6-7 dogs at an average have nothing to eat all! It is evident that sanction for rations for dogs are being pilfered by the staff. The investigator brought biscuits for the dogs at the pound that were also stolen and the staff member caught in possession of the biscuits.
  • Shocked inmates: Most dogs look deceptively calm since since they are in shock, exhausted from lack of food and water, and the constant howling and screeching of dogs still getting used to the GHMC pound. There’re pictures of the starved dead dogs lying in a cage partially eaten by other dogs in the same cage.
  • Pups eaten by starving adults: Starving mothers and pups share the cages with other adult dogs. Since the most aggressive males get to eat the limited food, the mothers starve and so do their babies. There’s a video of a dead pup being eaten by an adult dog in a cage.
  • Rampant disease: In these conditions dogs and most of all puppies, would die of disease. Most dogs had blood in their urine and faeces, most of the time urine is almost all blood and faeces just mucous.
  • Prize trophies: GHMC however has ‘display dogs’! Some operated dogs are kept to be displayed and never released to ‘show’ that dogs are not killed by spayed/neutered. The dogs would stay on ‘display’ for as long as they live i.e. do not die of starvation or disease.
  • Operated by helpers: Eye witness accounts show dogs are being operated by helpers in the pound. 2 dogs were seen to have their surgery wounds open and intestines spilled out on the floor (see video) of the living dog.
  • Pedigreed dogs: ‘Pedigreed’ dogs were kept in separate cages – they have the privilege of having a full bowl of fetid water and a full bowl of unfit food. This is because they are resold, mostly to breeders. Akshara found down being killed because they had ‘skin infections’ dogs being beaten, a few had lost their eyes, broken tails that had been caught in cages.

Starving mothers and pups dying of disease

Since the release rate seems to be abysmally low the only want place is made for incoming dogs is with death due to disease, starvation or being ‘euthanized’. Dogs were seen after 10 days still not spayed/neutered but now weak, starving, diseased, waiting to die. In a gap of 10 days between 30th July and 9th Aug Akshara could see about 30 to 40 dogs missing (since she had fed them she was able to estimate) and the survivors were skeletons and infected withdisease.This lead her to estimate that between 100 to 200 dogs are dying per week.
CHFA has highlighted GHMC before:

  • This is not the first time that GHMC has been reported. In an open letter to the Animal Welfare Board of India on Aug 13, 2011, Mrs Padmaja Bundla, Caring Hands for Animals (CHFA) highlighted that the CVO of GHMC Dr. V Reddy had claimed in The Hindu on June 30th that “… our maintenance has even been appreciated by a team of the Animal Welfare Board which visited the city recently…” and CHFA had immediatley supplied a rebuttal with the pathetic conditions that has existed with GHMC dog pounds.  But no governmental agency seems to take note of the conditions prevailing at GHMC.

    CHFA had earlier described GHMC Amberpet facility as a "death trap"

  • CHFA goes on to show that GHMC had started the  dog and monkey pound in Amberpet without even a roof. Animals were kept out in the sun in burning hot cages made of mild steel. This was till CHFA erected temporary shelters, for the cages, but even then GHMC refused to move the cages inside!

Deccan Chronicle has highlighted GHMC before:

On June 9th, 2009, Deccan Chronicle in an article titled “GHMC flouts all rules”  said

Deccan Chronicle reported on GHMC in June 2009

‘GHMC flouts almost every rule in the book including Sections 428 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code that make it  illegal to maim any animal. They do so openly and quite smug about it’. Venkateswara Reddy, Chief Veterinary Doctor, GHMC was quoted as saying, “Yes, there are many rules that are not put into practice in the city yet. We use ropes to catch dogs as nets are used only if the dogs are very big.” The same report mentions the GHMC pound in Chudibazaar where 20-30 dogs were crammed into a cage meant for 3 dogs. “Most of them end up decomposing alive. They are left to starve and can be seen gasping for breath. Their carcasses are dumped in Keesaragutta.”

GHMC has been served a legal notice on similar practices earlier

In a Legal Notice served on GHMC on 25 Jun 2009 by AWBI for contravention of law, and of Supreme Court directions by GHMC, its functionaries & its employees and agents, AWBI said:

  • AWBI is has ‘received complaints from several concerned citizens of Hyderabad city, who are possessed of photographs, and other material to substantiate their contentions, that in ostensibly rounding up stray dogs for ‘animal birth control’ and taking them to pounds, such as the pound at Chudi Bazaar, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, dogs are caught in the cruelest of ways not sanctioned by any law, with complete disregard as to any pain or injury or any other bodily harm that they may suffer as a consequence.
  • That this ‘grossly violating the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, since the dogs that are caught are kept at the pound in the most abject, horrible of conditions –– 20 to 30 crammed into each ‘cage’, with no place to sit, or even stand properly, let alone lie down ; suffocating slowly to a most cruel death ; or dying of starvation and thirst, since food and water are a rarity, rarely provided ; or killed by other dogs, since too many are crammed into small enclosures ; decaying carcasses not removed from cages ; feces and stink all around, and never cleaned’
  • And further asked ‘why are so many dogs being caught if you do not have the facility to house, sterilize and vaccinate all, and then release them into the very areas that they had been picked up from? Secondly, is any record being maintained of the number of dogs that are caught, the areas from which they are caught, when and where they are released after sterilization (if at all), other treatment administered to them, if any?’

It is obvious that the system administration and monitoring of ABC in Hyderabad, in the case of GHMC, has completely failed. Will insipid steps most likely going to be taken in this direction by the local administration and NGOs, as before, work this time? And till then would the Stray Dogs of Hyderabad have to live out their lives in a hell they are surely destined for, for a crime they did not commit?

Live dog with its intestines lying on the floor at GHMC Autonagar dog pound

Howling can’t get you out of this hell

Comments

23 Responses to “Hell for stray dogs is the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Autonagar dog pound”

  1. Anjali Sharma
    August 19th, 2011 @ 9:44 am

    Heart breaking ! We’ve all definitely got to move on this one.

    Excellent expose Rakesh Shukla, keep it up.

  2. Bhavana Malhotra Narain
    August 19th, 2011 @ 10:33 am

    I have e-mailed the mayor at mayor@ghmc.gov.in expressing my concern and disapproval.

    The ABC program is meant to be carried out with mich responsibility and care. Dogs are meant to stay in their territory without being killed or displaced. If they are picked up for ABC, they need proper post-op care and are to be released from where they were picked up from.

    How does Hyderabad and its authorities get away with doing this? This needs to be stopped immediately. I request people to send an influx of mails to the mayor and even make phone calls regarding this issue. If you have any other ideas of how to tackle this, please do comment here and lets take this forward as a group.

  3. Kelly
    August 19th, 2011 @ 11:38 am

    The worst human kind can get. Great article, only who knows the truth can act. People nationwide should monitor the ABC work in a more strict way. Dogs are dying every single day due to corruption in the ABC program. Hell with the NGO’s, who can’t do proper work. They should be closed down immediately. I don’t understand the rules of this country. Shut down and let them pay a big fine. They should never be seen in a Animal Welfare program again

  4. Sonali
    August 19th, 2011 @ 11:50 am

    This is terrible! We do harm, even in the name of doing good…. only a human being can be so inhuman!

  5. Padmaja Bundla & S. Priyanka
    August 19th, 2011 @ 5:06 pm

    Dear All,

    There have been a flurry of mails…Yes there were some serious unthinkable lapses, atrocities, which nobody can deny!!. It’s also time we move on. Make efforts in right earnest.
    Our humble suggestion is we should now focus our energies on the supreme cause-Compassion& Care for animals at the pounds. Let this well-meaning fight not alienate any individuals, bodies or sections. The fight for justice for animals can only succeed if it’s inclusive!! The need of the hour is- an increased sense of responsibility & accountability amongst all the stakeholders-GHMC officialdom, NGOs, Individuals and above all the animal lovers. Going forward let us aim to turn a new leaf and make the twin cities a shining example of a “humane care for animals”.
    We have a few suggestions & observations towards this:
    • This movement is everybody’s movement and not any single person’s/entity’s fiefdom. Let us discuss objectively on a multi-pronged approach (Prioritized action list, timelines for accomplishment, fix responsibilities essentially who what when list),. Please feel free to add your suggestions.
    • Can we design a Unique Identity Number (not necessarily based on Microchip) for the stray animals? We would look to the IT guys & software Guys in the group for help-something like the famous Mumbai Dabbawala’s effective model!! This should help tracking of the animals from catching to release in the same area possible. This would also ensure better care and handling during ABC operations.
    • Map all the discrete processes & establish SOPs. Multiple SOPs for different processes like catching, housing, cleaning, operation theatres, waste disposal, Operation theatres and the numerous other sub processes. If need be seek assistance from animal care bodies/Vet Colleges/Institutions in India & abroad, volunteers &even GHMC workers & staff for effective design of SOPs. Train the GHMC Staff on these SOPs.
    • We like the idea of installation of video camera’s. Transparency acts as a best deterant.
    • Establish minimum criterion for the 30 odd outsourced surgeons conducting ABC operations. Train them if need be in humane ways of conducting operations.
    • Broad based representation of well-meaning people on the 10 member Citizen’s group that the commissioner wants to set up. Make it mandatory for these 10 members that they should allocate at least one working day every week for surprise visits with log book entries & notings on observations.
    • Throw open the pounds to general public at stipulate times. This would help the transparency as well as create awareness and foster better man-animal understanding. As well as help attract good number of volunteers.
    • Design effective tracking sheets & log books on issuance of feed, water, medicines etc.

    • Conduct Open House for the animal lovers under the chairmanship of CVO/Commissioner once in 3 months to address grievances and seek suggestions. We also suggest there be a similar open House with AWBI every 6 months.
    • Organize an independent meeting of animal lovers & NGOs every month.
    Put up suggestion books for open public & volunteers to note down their suggestion/ observations etc.
    Would welcome suggestions…Together we can and we will.
    Regards
    Caring Hands For Animals
    http://www.chfanimals.webs.com
    Padmaja Bundla –Founder President
    Sridaran Priyanka – Founder General Secretary

  6. Padmaja Bundla & S. Priyanka
    August 19th, 2011 @ 5:08 pm

    Dear All,
    There have been a flurry of mails…Yes there were some serious unthinkable lapses, atrocities, which nobody can deny!!. It’s also time we move on. Make efforts in right earnest.
    Our humble suggestion is we should now focus our energies on the supreme cause-Compassion& Care for animals at the pounds. Let this well-meaning fight not alienate any individuals, bodies or sections. The fight for justice for animals can only succeed if it’s inclusive!! The need of the hour is- an increased sense of responsibility & accountability amongst all the stakeholders-GHMC officialdom, NGOs, Individuals and above all the animal lovers. Going forward let us aim to turn a new leaf and make the twin cities a shining example of a “humane care for animals”.
    We have a few suggestions & observations towards this:
    • This movement is everybody’s movement and not any single person’s/entity’s fiefdom. Let us discuss objectively on a multi-pronged approach (Prioritized action list, timelines for accomplishment, fix responsibilities essentially who what when list),. Please feel free to add your suggestions.
    • Can we design a Unique Identity Number (not necessarily based on Microchip) for the stray animals? We would look to the IT guys & software Guys in the group for help-something like the famous Mumbai Dabbawala’s effective model!! This should help tracking of the animals from catching to release in the same area possible. This would also ensure better care and handling during ABC operations.
    • Map all the discrete processes & establish SOPs. Multiple SOPs for different processes like catching, housing, cleaning, operation theatres, waste disposal, Operation theatres and the numerous other sub processes. If need be seek assistance from animal care bodies/Vet Colleges/Institutions in India & abroad, volunteers &even GHMC workers & staff for effective design of SOPs. Train the GHMC Staff on these SOPs.
    • We like the idea of installation of video camera’s. Transparency acts as a best deterant.
    • Establish minimum criterion for the 30 odd outsourced surgeons conducting ABC operations. Train them if need be in humane ways of conducting operations.
    • Broad based representation of well-meaning people on the 10 member Citizen’s group that the commissioner wants to set up. Make it mandatory for these 10 members that they should allocate at least one working day every week for surprise visits with log book entries & notings on observations.
    • Throw open the pounds to general public at stipulate times. This would help the transparency as well as create awareness and foster better man-animal understanding. As well as help attract good number of volunteers.
    • Design effective tracking sheets & log books on issuance of feed, water, medicines etc.

    • Conduct Open House for the animal lovers under the chairmanship of CVO/Commissioner once in 3 months to address grievances and seek suggestions. We also suggest there be a similar open House with AWBI every 6 months.
    • Organize an independent meeting of animal lovers & NGOs every month.
    Put up suggestion books for open public & volunteers to note down their suggestion/ observations etc.
    Would welcome suggestions…Together we can and we will.
    Regards
    Caring Hands For Animals
    http://www.chfanimals.webs.com
    Padmaja Bundla –Founder President
    Sridaran Priyanka – Founder General Secretary

  7. bhuju
    August 20th, 2011 @ 10:33 pm

    please understand people they to are living and have a better soul then humans, they will never do this to us never ever………
    shame to be a human

    love all animals
    mrs bhuju bhandare

  8. Jayanti Mishra
    August 23rd, 2011 @ 10:17 pm

    The Supreme Court ordered all killings of street dogs to be stopped. Sterilization is indirect killing . Extermination of a race. Animal welfare has turned to animal cruelty. Street dogs rights are being violated. They too have a right to live. A humane approach cannot be adopted hence just sterilize and make money at the cost of these strays. This is a genocide on the Indian street dog. “We have not inherited the earth for ourselves but have borrowed it for our descendants”. I wonder if this rampant abuse continues would our descendants ever see the likes of our pure Indian street dog which so many are advocating to adopt.”Be Indian adopt Indian” This is sheer madness .

  9. nagarjuna
    August 27th, 2011 @ 7:22 pm

    need to do some thing they r poor animals…..
    tell me some idea humans r becoming rude to poor animals that to in hyd =derabad

  10. Nikita Aggarwal
    September 3rd, 2011 @ 2:01 pm

    I wish man would understand that animals feel pain, they feel hungry and they have a right to live. We, as humans have no right to take their lives, for any reason. They are, like us, living beings, who are here to live a life of freedom. As we all know, they have a hard life. If we cannot make it better, we have no business to make it any worse.

  11. rahul
    October 15th, 2011 @ 5:56 am

    Recently on 11.10.2011 I have personally inspected the Auto Nagar pound by hearing that lot of adverse news. On that day I found staff,Veterinarians and Officers were cooperative in showing all the activities . Found 1.Operation theatre excellantly maintained-there were good no of sterilisation auto claves ,instruments,aprons,gloves ,Head caps ,Nose caps to the Veterinarians and attendants.Found the details of Veterinarias displayed on the notice board about their Vety council registration particulars.The Operation Theatre is very very good .2.Only 2 dogs with feeding bowls with food and water trough with full of water are kept separtely for each dog in the big cages with apmple of space for the dogs to move very freely. 3.The shed is kept neat ,tidy and sanitation part is found to be satisfactory 4.The records showing the details of stray catching areas with colony residents signature (in whose presence dogs were caught) Dog Van trip sheets , Visitors Register and Suggestion Register was shown to offer the suggestion/comments. 5 The Veterinary Section officers have expressed about the resistance they face from the colony residents while releasing the dogs in the same area/colony and requested for providing the good heartful volunteers who can go along the dog van for release of sterilised dogs in the respective colonies from where they have picked up by motivating the people by explaining the scientifically orally or by distributing the pamphlets,posters etc. Finally they expressed dissatisfaction over some people who are specially concentrating on some mistakes done by few workers and intentionally unpopularising the sterilisation programme and GHMC and it was informed that the monkeys which were caught from the limits of East Zone,GHMC have been released in the forest shown by A.P.Forest Dept after sterilisation of male monkeys. Conclusion:Finally I feel this Auto Nagar dog sterilisation centre run by GHMC is excellant and I will send the stray dogs of my colony to this centre and I request the other dog lovers to cooperate, the officers of Vety Section by doing the volunteer work while catching ,releasing the dogs in the same area from where they are picked and to write in the suggestion book with all the necessary steps to be taken up the GHMC.I think this positive attitude of the volunteers will definitely make the Hyderabad a Rabies Free city very soon on par with Chennai.

    Rahul …..

  12. suchi
    July 24th, 2012 @ 11:23 pm

    what can be done to help those poor animals

  13. suchi
    July 24th, 2012 @ 11:24 pm

    today morning I saw the GHMC people catching docs in the road so I started what exactly they do after catching the animals, now what be the steps taken to help the poor animals.

  14. Anshul goenka
    September 3rd, 2012 @ 2:09 am

    Is there any way i can help them ?

  15. Kapil singh
    December 28th, 2012 @ 5:51 pm

    Guys please raise ur Voice against this..God made us all equal then why to be cruel on animals. we live in nice apartments & flats but where the hell this animals should go..Shame on GHMC

  16. HARI
    April 10th, 2013 @ 1:49 pm

    HI ALL,TODAY GHMC STRAY CATCHING UNIT ARRIVED AT MY PLACE AND THEY FORCEFULLY TOOK THE DOG TO WHICH WE REGULARLY FEED.I WANT TO GET HER BACK.WHERE CAN I FIND HER,CAN ANY ONE HELP ME,PLZ…WE STAY AT ECIL.SHE IS VERY SMALL AND CUTE PLZ I WANT TO GET HER BACK..

  17. Chaitali
    July 18th, 2013 @ 10:05 pm

    Would be glad to help in any possible way.

  18. sunil
    July 30th, 2013 @ 11:38 am

    my dear friends, i stay at a place where there are many stray dogs and they run behind people scaring them and cause accidents, our locality have very small children and these dogs are making a mess of the place. i have complained to the municipal authorities and they said they they could not do anything because the animal lovers would not let them do. i was shocked that the animal lovers care about dogs but less about children and people . there were many instances where dogs ran behind the bikes and the bikers fell off,many instances where the kids were troubled.why do you not care about this. request the people who love dogs to please come and pick them up from my area and keep them in their home if they do really care about animals and also care about fellow human beings.

  19. S.K.Goyal
    September 20th, 2013 @ 9:50 pm

    You can not not scare away a stray dog menacingly barking and running behind you, by waving a stick at it. I was told that it is an offence. For lodging a complaint of a stray dog bite, one may have to produce a medical certificate and perhaps a photograph of the dog. But by the time you are done, the dog would have vanished. The stray dogs litter the streets with shit causing health hazard. In our colony, the menace is so grave that our children are afraid of venturing out alone.Just a false complaint to SPCA is enough to scare and upset a person. The caller from SPCA curtly informs you about the rules and without hearing you goes on to tell in an authoritative and curt tone that if they receive a complaint again they will be taking action against you. Human beings have become secondary to animals.

  20. satish
    February 1st, 2014 @ 10:24 am

    yesterday the ghmc dogcatchers came to our street and caught two twin dogs sooo cruely that both the dogs are with ropes to their mouth and neck with very badly bleeding at ther mouths, and i came to know that someone in our street booked complaint against them which were living quietly,those dogcatchers were very cruel towards them , god please punish those catchers .they too got life ,pain,feelings so dont be cruel towards animals pleasssssseeeeeeeeee

  21. shireen
    February 26th, 2014 @ 2:16 am

    Can Somebody tell me what do they after taking stray dogs?beacause i used to love one dog near my office and used to give her fud daily nxt day when i came to office she was missing….i asked security so they said that they have taken her away plz help me out to get her back.

  22. Andi M
    September 12th, 2014 @ 6:29 pm

    This will never end the suffering going on with animals in india until they start spaying and neutering these poor street dogs. I just left Nandi Hills, Meerpet TKR road was full of strays one has her whole insides hanging out of her rear end, dogs with mange, ticks all over their bodies. I fed puppies and dogs the entire time I was there and managed to place one pup in a good home while i was there. I just wish to see them all so lucky. Please animal lovers in Hyd please write to your congress, PM, whoever is in charge and tell them they need a humane way to help these poor dogs. It’s heart breaking I still see all those sad faces staring up at me. :( please help a stray adopt a puppy off the street. And for god sake stop throwing rocks at strays…..

  23. Chaitanya
    November 11th, 2014 @ 8:18 pm

    Please all of them raise your voice through all social websites against killing dogs. Life is valuable. It may be Human or Animal. Raise your voice through cruel humans. God bless all the pets.

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  • Shashi Buxani


    Rs. 2500 Committed
  • Manisha D Hegde


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Sunil Menon


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Hemamalini Sureshbabu


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Abbishek Rajhashekar


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Pramod Indiresh


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Shipra Trivedi


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sudhir Mehndiratta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Ankit Singh


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Sudhir Mehndiratta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • vijaya Shastry


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Devavrat Singh


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • maya p


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vidyasagar Mysoremath


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Awanti Agarwal


    Rs. 1500 Committed
  • Sumeet Kumar


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Sudhir Mehndiratta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Rosemary Samuel


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Home Bakers Guild


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Shashank Srinivasan


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Republic of Dogs Doggy Day Out


    Rs. 15000 Committed
  • Republic of Dogs Bake Sale


    Rs. 140000 Committed
  • Art by  Aarohi


    Rs. 31500 Committed
  • Neelesh Bhakta


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Yasmin Matthan


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Vanitha mahesh


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Rajat Shastri


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Deepashri C


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Nauzia Azmat Khan


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Dev Sanyal


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Anitha Rai


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Shweta Shalmali


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • samantha  vrij


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sinchan Mukhopadhyay


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Deepa Gowda


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Swathi K S


    Rs. 1500 Committed
  • Pavithra Gowda


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Pavni Guharoy


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Ketan  Gada


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Mamta Malhotra


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Ira Handa


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Indranil Dutta


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • sowmya bv


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sathishkumar Vijayakumar Pillai


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sunny Shaw


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Vybhav Kumar


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Srikant P


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Divyarani Mruthyunjaya


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Prerna  Das


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Giselle Mehta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Jubin Thomas


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Priya Prajina


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • SRIKAR DS


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • SIDHARTH SONI


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sunayana Bansal


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • B Pavan Kumar


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Srikant DS


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Estelle Vorster


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Krishnatriya  B


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Joseph TI


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • SURESH A


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Nandana S


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Deepa Gowda


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Roopali Sharma


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Vijay Anand


    Rs. 2500 Committed
  • Shankar Basappa


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Vikram Bhandari


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Samantha Gonsalves


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Deepthi Ajay


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Atreyee Deka


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Santak Das


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Taroon Bali


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Roopa Krishna


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • udit ujjwal


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Anjali Sharma


    Rs. 20000 Committed
  • Sneha K


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Singh S


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Shreyita S


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • David Anthony


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Bhavesh Kumar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Srikanta Raje Urs


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Rohit  R


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Anujit Mukhopadhyay


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Supriya Sanjay Shinde


    Rs. 100 Committed
  • Anoop A


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Devavrat Singh


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Arati Venkat


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Ramya Krishna


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Urvashi Subbaiah


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Nagarajan Viswanathan


    Rs. 101 Committed
  • Sampurna Rakshit


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Swarnabha Ray


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Rohit Srivastava


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Giselle Mehta


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Lalita Iyer


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sanchita  Chakraborti


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Deepa Gowda


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Akanksha Pathak


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Anasuya Biswas


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Ketaki Indurkar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sudeshna  Sahu


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Anitha Rai


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Anindyo Chakraborty


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Archana MS


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Manisha Nandy M


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Amrutha  Suresh Dani


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Mahesh Jayanna


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Sonali Banerji


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Shephali Gupta


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Sneha  Petnikota


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Kanika Mehra


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Kathyayani Shenoy


    Rs. 16000 Committed
  • Deepak Mayukha


    Rs. 10000 Committed
  • Dev Sanyal


    Rs. 2500 Committed
  • Karan Uthaiah


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Ashwini Pai


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Sheshadri BS


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Mayur Kashyap


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Arvind Prem Krishnan


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Aparajita Sood


    Rs. 7000 Committed
  • Anoop A


    Rs. 5000 Committed
  • Puneeth CN


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Jatin Rawal


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Harsha Gowda


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Edna Sangeeta Thamboo


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Pooja Shastry


    Rs. 6000 Committed
  • Vijey Anand


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Ramya k


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Swaha Sircar


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Anil George


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Rohit Srivastava


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Akash Deep Sahrma


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Karthik  Krishnan


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Harshita Sharma


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Anand Anand Rajamani


    Rs. 3000 Committed
  • Mayu Bhola


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Anu Singh


    Rs. 4000 Committed
  • Shashi Buxani


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • mahesh kuntoji


    Rs. 2000 Committed
  • Suchitra Kumarachandran


    Rs. 1000 Committed
  • Poornima Ashoka


    Rs. 500 Committed
  • Deepthi Ajay


    Rs. 500 Committed