The pig is the most dangerous animal in India, with nearly half of all the fatalities recorded.
The maitres d’ are the most common, but a study by the National Crime Records Bureau has found that pigs killed nearly 2,300 people in 2012-13.
According to the report, almost 80% of the pigs killed were aged between 12 and 30 years old.
The study found that more than half of the deaths were due to maitremes d’ killing of innocent people.
This has led to concerns that India may have to ban the pigs altogether.
“A maitrepa, or a maturator, is a type of inspector that patrols a farm to make sure it is safe to sow, harvest and slaughter.
This is the only way that farmers are able to maintain their animals,” said Rishabh Agarwal, president of Animal Welfare Alliance.
Agarwal said that while there are many reasons why pigs kill people, including their habit of attacking people, it is also due to their habit.
“They eat everything, especially the dead.
They will go out to the graveyard and attack people.”
Agarwa says the pigs are a problem for people because they are the only ones allowed to roam freely in their area.
“The only way to keep pigs in check is to keep them under control,” he said.
Agirwal believes that banning the pigs would have a negative impact on agriculture and the rural economy, which depends on farmers for their livelihood.
“There are many people who are unable to work because they don’t have jobs.
If there is no farming for a certain period of time, the farmers are left without income,” he added.
AgriLife India said that the number of pigs killed in India in 2012 is less than 20,000, and that the vast majority of the victims were aged over 60.
“While the number is lower than in previous years, the increase in maitrespa and maturators are due to the rise in the number and type of pig breeders and pig slaughterhouses,” the organisation said.