Delhi and Noida Residents Crowned ‘Cutest Vegetarians Next Door’ by PETA India

For Immediate Release:

3 October 2018

Nitish Dua; [email protected]

Sadhna Bourai; [email protected]

Garima Jain; [email protected]

Local Man and Woman Win Nationwide Competition

Delhi – Nitish Dua of Delhi and Sadhna Bourai of Noida have beaten out 18 other finalists (male and female) to win People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India’s Cutest Vegetarian Next Door contest. Both winners will be featured on PETA India’s website, and they’ll each receive a certificate, a sash, and a trophy.

“I love being vegetarian because I’m not contributing to the immense emotional pain and suffering of animals,” says Dua. “I want to join PETA in creating a global understanding of one’s social responsibility towards them.”

“I am a vegetarian and always try to influence people to replace meat-based meals with vegetarian ones,” says Bourai. “I actively work for stray animals and am a believer in the power of empathy. Killing someone to satisfy your taste buds is a cruel and selfish idea to me.”

“Nitish Dua and Sadhna Bourai are healthy and kind, and that makes them even more attractive in our book,” says PETA India CEO Dr Manilal Valliyate. “Whether it’s to improve your health, reduce pollution such as greenhouse-gas emissions, or spare many animals suffering and terror on factory farms and in slaughterhouses, going vegetarian is always a winning proposition.”

While the consumption of animal-derived foods contributes to your risk of suffering from cancer, heart disease, obesity, and many other ailments, eating vegetarian can give you clearer skin, help prevent heart attacks, and even reverse heart disease.

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