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The civic body of Bangalore has decided to ban the slaughter of animal today, 10th of April 2022, on the occasion of Sri Ram Navami.

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Bangalore to ban animal slaughter

According to one of the leading news source, the civic body of bangalore has decided to shut the complete slaughter and sale of animal meat on the day of Sri Ram Navami.

As per the reports from the joint director of the Animal Husbandry, “There will be a blanket ban on the slaughterhouses, animal slaughter and the sale of meat of on Sri Ram Navami.”

A circular was passed in the city of Bangalore regarding the issue on 3rd of April, 2022 by Gaurav Gupta who is the BBMP chief Commissioner.

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Every year on different Hindu festivities and religious occasion, sale of animal meat and slaughter is strictly prohibited. In a year, 8 days are often observed to have a ban on these practices.

After the announcement of the above circular, the BBMP was all over in the news around the city as it had directed all meat shops to make sure that the slaughter of animals are done only after they are stunned.

Similar Meat Ban controversy in South Delhi

The above mentioned report, throws a light to the recent controversy that arose in South Delhi over the ban on sale of meat during Navratri.

South Delhi’s mayor, said in a report that, ” we will strictly close all meat shops. When meat is not sold people will not eat it.”He further added saying, “we have taken this decision keeping in mind the sentiments of Delhiites. The people complained to me. The fasting people were facing problems over the cutting of meat in the open. This is not a violation of anyone’s personal liberty. “

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image source : NDTV.COM

The statement of the Mayor was highly critized by many, including TMC MP, Mohua Moitra. She tweeted that she herself lives in South Delhi and can eat and sell meat whenever one likes and it goes against the constitution of India to stop one from doing so.

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