There is no beef where Hindus live: Assam CM | India News
GUWAHATI: Defending the Cow Protection Bill in Assam, CM Himanta Biswa Cable on monday he said cow meat It should not be consumed in places where Hindus live and cattle are worshiped.
During a discussion in the Assam assembly, the opposition AIUDF he feared that the proposed bill would encourage incidents of lynching by mobs such as the “cow belt” in north india.
“We believe that the cow is our mother. We want beef not to be eaten in places where cows are worshiped. I’m not saying that people in general should give up their natural habits, ”Sarma said. BJP MLA Mrinal Saikia said: “As we have a religious relationship with cows, they should not be slaughtered and hanged in Hindu-majority locations. In cosmopolitan places, hotels should not openly sell beef. The proposed law must include all these aspects ”.