PETA wrote a letter to Seema Taparia, there was a complaint about the use of animals in ‘Indian Matchmaking Season 2’

PETA India has written a letter to Seema Taparia urging her to avoid using elephants and horses for any upcoming season on her show.

Seema Taparia in ‘Indian Matchmaking Season 2’

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Netflix’s show ‘Indian Matchmaking Season 1’ was quite popular. People liked this show a lot. And now its second season has also arrived, which people are very fond of. meanwhile People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India has written a letter to Seema Taparia urging her to refrain from using elephants and horses for any future season of the show ‘Indian Matchmaking’. PETA has said that it has received several complaints after the second season of the Netflix show aired.

PETA India sent a letter to Seema Tapra

Addressing Seema Taparia as ‘Seema Aunty’, PETA India’s senior media and celebrity co-ordinator Monica Chopra has written a letter. She has said, ‘I am writing to PETA India, and on behalf of our more than two million members and supporters, to ask that you please ensure that your show ‘Indian Matchmaking’ in any future series uses animals. By setting a policy against, some adjustments could be done in this modern time. PETA India is flooded with complaints from people who love the show. But people were upset with the use of animals like elephants and horses in it. If people like humans in the show, then elephants, horses or any other animals which are used in marriage will not be used.

Watch the trailer of ‘Indian Matchmaking Season 2’ here-

told not to use animals

The letter further said that animals are ‘not a good match’ for a wedding festival due to loud music, crowds and firecrackers. Having said that elephants are often forced to take part in those activities which is completely pointless. They are separated from their mother. is separated from his family. And when not in use, they are chained. And finally, with a sharp metal hook, they are clinging to heavy batons and intimidating them and threatening to do something wrong.

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PETA further wrote that, ‘If the aim of Indian matchmaking is to provide the audience with an inside look at organized marriage in the modern era. We hope that you will agree that with the changing animal policy times must also change. Can you hear us?’

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