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Meghalaya tables resolution seeking removal of cattle slaughter rules, Rajnath greeted by protest beef festival in NE
Despite incessant rains, the protestors, members of a social media group, gathered at Vanapa Hall in town and feasted on the beef.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan last week said that the state government will challenge the Centre’s notification banning sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter at animal markets.
In his PIL, the advocate and political activist submitted that the regulation of market committees, including market committees for cattle, is a State subject.
The Centre’s restrictions on cattle slaughter have nothing to do with the consumption of beef or cow protection
AMIDST growing controversy over recent cattle slaughter notification, the government on Sunday said it is open to review suggestions submitted by stakeholders against the ban on sale or purchase of ca
Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan said the intention behind the notification was not to harm any particular group, influence food habits or affect slaughter business.
Calcutta Leather Complex Tanners Association president says ban on sale of cattle for slaughter could pave the way for American cattle hide to India in the long run.
Kerala HC says the Modi Government’s notification only places restriction on cattle sale from markets for the purpose of killing
The move comes as the Kerala High Court observed that there was nothing in the new central law on cattle trade and slaughter that takes away the rights of people with regard to eating beef.
Leading a DMK protest here against the ban, party working president M K Stalin also warned of "another Marina revolution".
The newly formulated rules by the Centre on the guidelines related to sale of cattle in the marketplace are not constitutional, said state Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs T B Jayachandra.
The government’s decision to ban the sale of cattle at fairs for slaughter is seen as a step to protect the cow, but the side-effects of this ban should have merited equal attention.
Petitioners say it's illegal to interfere in property right to property, and that the Centre's ban is unconstitutional as markets and veterinary practices are state subjects, not under central ambit.
After Kerala chief minister Pinyari Vijayan, his West Bengal counterpart Mamata Banerjee slammed Centre’s decision to ban cattle sale for slaughter.
The ban on sale of cattle for slaughter is all set to hit small and marginal farmers hard in Odisha which is not a beef consuming State.
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