Published: Tuesday 15 January 2002

The Supreme Court has ordered the committee for conservation, supervision and experimentation of animals to carry out inspection in units which produce anti-venom serum from blood taken from horses and see if these units are following the norms. Passing orders on a public interest litigation (PIL), the court said that the committee should order closure of the units which are flouting the set norms.

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