Prohibition of Removal of Bovine Animals Beyond State Territories
Notification No. 119
8th Maghar, 1950.
[Translated from original in Urdu published in Judicial Circulars Vol. 1, Page 361]
1. In 1970 system of permits was introduced, see infra.
According to the Irshad of late Shri Maharaja Sahib Bhadur of revered memory dated 18th Maghar, 1939 (attached with the report of the High Court) taking of bovine animals beyond the State territories is prohibited. In a case a reference has been made to His Highness the Maharaja Sahib Bhadur praying elucidation on the point if it is an offence or not to take bovine animals beyond the State territories by the residents of the adjoining villages of the adjoining territories for ploughing purposes. His Highness the Maharaja Sahib Bhadur is pleased to order vide order dated 14th Kartik, 1950) that the Irshad of His Highness the Maharaja Sahib Bhadur dated 18th Maghar, 1939 is clear and exploit and according to it compliance shall be made. In accordance with the aforesaid Irshad, therefore, this Notification is published for general information that no person shall take bovine animals beyond the State territories for any purpose whatsoever. Any infringement of this Notification which has the force of law will be punished as an offence as laid down in section 188, Ranbir Penal Code.
[Translated from original in Urdu published in Judicial Circulars Vol. III Page 8]
Ishtihar No. 281.
(Sanctioned vide State Council Resolution No. 30 dated 20th March, 1896.)
In spite of promulgation of Ishtihar prohibiting export of bovine animals to places outside the State, many persons have not refrained from such acts and complaints have been made that such offence are still being committed. Therefore, with a view to check the commission of such offences it is hereby notified that an informant who will get the accused arrested along with bovine animals while taking them outside the State boundaries will get a reward out of the fine imposed upon the accused for such an offence in case such information is proved to be true. It is incumbent upon the Court to grant reward out of the fine inflicted in such cases to persons who arrest or get arrested the accused along with the animals while the latter are being taken outside the State boundaries.
4th Jeth, 1953.