New Delhi: From some time, there has been a lot of gossips in India about beef. Since BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government has come to power in the country, the issue has increased so much that the minorities are being victimized by making excuses of religious feelings to minorities. A person belonging to a minority does not know at which place he will be targeted by a mob of Hindus making excuses for his religious feelingsBeef is used for the cow, bull, buffalo and meat meal. Surprisingly, beef has been banned in some states of India, while there are few states in the country where it can be eaten and sold. That is, in some states of the country, ‘cow’ is a holy mother, but in some states only one animal.There are many forms of this problem, which needs to be understood. India is being massacred of minority communities and Dalits by making excuses of a cow’s meat under the sole political fabric of India, and on the other hand, India is selling the food to the people of foreign countries under the same government structure. India is the world’s third largest number of big beef exporters.From 1 April 2017, 26 such attacks have been recorded in 120 days, in which people were killed by making an excuse of cow meat, whose majority victims were Muslims.According to statistics, after the May 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP came into central power, after which 68 incidents of this kind of massacre have been reported. Out of these, 38 incidents took place in those states, which included the BJP government. As per the Report of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FOOD) and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), India is the third largest country in the world by beef and India’s status will last for the next decade.A report released this week said that India exported 1.56 million tonnes of beef last year. In 2016, the total amount of beef exported in the world was 10.95 million tonnes. According to the report, Brazil’s first, australia second place and India third in the world of beef exports.On 26th May, the Government of India had issued a notification that cattle can not be sold for meat in cattle markets. Moreover, due to the attacks by Hindu mob, cattle trade has suffered huge losses. Already, the government’s decisions for farmers who are facing a poor consequences are more likely to be averted.
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