• 'PFA must apologise': Campaign against India’s largest animal welfare organisation
    Veroli Zhimo Dimapur | July 11 The contentious ban on dog meat in Nagaland has given rise to another social media campaign demanding an apology from the People for Animals, India (PFA) for painting the Nagas as a "villainous society." The PFA’s campaign to ban dog meat in Nagaland began with posts on its social media pages on June 30, where a post attributed PFA Chairperson Maneka Sanjay Gandhi claimed that "All the dogs are now being brought in from out