Staff Reporter

Proceeds to be used for ambulatory service for animals

NEW DELHI: Animal Saviour, an animal rights organisation, is mounting a two-day art exhibition at the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF)-India premises here in the Capital this weekend.

The exhibition will be inaugurated by Bollywood actor Juhi Chawla on September 1 and will continue the next day from 10 a.m. to 5-30 p.m.

Paintings by several artists such as Hemi Bawa, Dipyendu Bhadra, Tirthankar Biswas, Padam Chand, Jagdish Dey, Vijaya Bagai, Ishan Bhaguna, Rajesh Bahl, Rooma Mehra and Shruti Narayana will be on display.

The paintings have been specially crafted for Animal Saviour.

Proceeds from the sale of the paintings will be used by Animal Saviour to start an ambulatory service for animals in Delhi.

Animal welfare

Animal Saviour has been working for the welfare of animals in the Capital and is involved in rehabilitating abandoned domestic pets and reporting people involved in animal trafficking.

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