Last Updated on 11/06/2017
Reacting to the news of Centre banning slaughter and sale of cows, Karnataka Chief Minister has said that the state has not received any such notices so far.
A protest in Bengaluru this evening demanding the right to eat beef was disallowed in the heart of the city after it became clear through online posts that the organisers planned to cook and eat beef
Lok Sabha MP Ramya draws attention to moves by BJP members on the beef ban in the past.
After the Students’ Federation of India (SFI), Kerala set up beef stalls, as a form of protest against the Centre’s regulations on the sale of beef, the SFI’s Karnataka wing, is organising a beef fest
Central Govt had ordered a ban on trade of cattle including buffaloes, cows and camels for slaughter
Jayachandra says State government is yet to get details on new rules
While beef usually cost it around Rs 180 to Rs 200 a kg, it will now have to buy goat meat for as much as Rs 480 to 500 a kg.
In a tweet on Sunday night, Gandhi had condemned the slaughtering of cow in public, which resulted in Kerala unit of the Congress suspending three of its workers.
On Friday, as the Environment Ministry’s gazette notification banning cattle slaughter and restrictions on the sale of cattle kicked up a controversy, confusion prevailed around the scope of the rules