Will provide good beef if elected, says BJP's Kerala Lok Sabha candidate
Kochi : After the BJP won the UP assembly with a huge margin, the govt has no left any stone unturned to shut down the illegal slaughter houses in state. In Gujarat also the BJP has brought stringent laws to tackle the slaughter houses.
But, its candidate in a by-election in Kerala is traversing a different path from the party. N Sreeprakash, the party candidate in the upcoming Lok Sabha by-election in Malappuram, is promising voters that if elected, he will ensure the supply of good beef in the constituency.
“There will be efforts from my side to ensure good-quality beef at clean abattoirs (if elected),” Sreeprakash told. He blamed the Congress for enforcing ban on cow slaughter when it was in power in many states in the past. He said it was only illegal to consume beef in states where a ban on cow slaughter is in place.
Kerala is among the few states in the country where there are no restrictions on the sale and consumption of cow meat.
The Kerala leader statement will create flutter, as CM Raman Singh, said that anyone found committing cow slaughter will be hanged.