Monday, 17 July 2017

Centre can't decide what we eat, we won't abide by it: Mamata on govt's cattle directive

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday slammed the Modi-led government for enforcing the “unconstitutional” cattle slaughter directive and said that the move is “anti-secular and anti-federal”.

“My government will fight this unilateral measure legally because it stands to destroy the country's federal structure,” she said at a brief press meet here.

Amid the raging debate over the issue, police on Sunday registered a case against Youth Congress worker Rijil Makulti and his accomplices for slaughtering a calf in public in Kannur during 'Beef fest' organised across the state by the Congress and the Left to protest the Centre's ban.

Latching onto the issue, the NDA in Kerala decided to observe Tuesday as a day of protest against the incident.

Kerala BJP president Kummanam Rajasekharan posted the video of the gory Kannur incident on twitter, calling it "cruelty at it peak" and said no normal person can behave in this manner.

"A case has been registered under Sect 120 A of the Kerala Police Act on the basis of a complaint of Yuva Morcha activist", Kannur SP Siva Vikram, told PTI.


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