- Demand of all pro-Hindu organisations from Karnataka !
- Appeal to Hindus to boycott ‘halal’ meat !
Why should Hindus make such demand? Shouldn’t the government make arrangement without asking ? – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat
Today "All Hindu Organisations federation" organised press meet in Bengaluru and demanded to Ban on Halal Certificate in Karnataka.@HinduJagrutiOrg, Sri Ramasena, Hindu Jagaran Vedike, Hindu Mahasabha, Sanatan Parishad, etc, organisations leaders were present.@PTI_News @ANI pic.twitter.com/CFxNdpexlh
— 🚩Mohan gowda🇮🇳 (@Mohan_HJS) March 31, 2022
Bengaluru (Karnataka): ‘Hosatodaku’ is a festival observed on the following day of ‘Gudhi Padava’. Hindus should use ‘zatka’ meat instead of ‘halal’ meat on this day. ‘Halal’ meat is already offered to Allah, so it cannot be again offered to Hindu Deities. It is against Hindu Dharma. The Government should realise Hindus’ religious rights and arrange to make available ‘zatka’ meat all over the State, was the demand made by all pro-Hindu organisations in a press conference held here.
Impose a ban on ‘halal’ certification !
It was also stated that there was a demand in the State for imposing ban on ‘halal’ certification. Islamic organisations are hatching a conspiracy to create an independent Islamic economy parallel to the economy of this country. It is dangerous for the security of this country. There are the government authorised organisations like FSSAI (Food Safety and Standard Authority of India) and FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) for certifying food products in India. It is wrong to issue Islamic certificates for the same, and it is against the principle of secularism. It is also an injustice to the people of the majority community, who are in the business of selling meat, e.g., Hindu butchers who running this as a family business for many years. It is even ultra vires of Article 46 of the Constitution which protects their economic rights; therefore, a ban should be immediately imposed on the ‘halal’ certification system.
The following office bearers of various pro-Hindu organisations were present at this press conference.
1. Mr Mohan Gowda, State spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
2. Mr Muni Gowda, Founder, ‘Hindavi Zatka Meat’, Bengaluru
3. Mr Gopalkrushna, Regional Head, Bengaluru North Div, ‘Hindu Jagaran Vedike’
4. Mr Ramu, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bengaluru
5. Mr Suresh Jain, President, ‘Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha’
6. Mr S Bhaskaran, President, ‘Vishwa Sanatan Parishad’, Bengaluru
7 . Mrs Shubha B Nayak, advocate, Bengaluru High Court
The difference between ‘halal’ and ‘zatka’ meat !
Halal meat- when a vein in the neck of an animal is cut by holding its face in the direction of Mecca and it is left to die in pain, while the animal profusely bleeds.
Zatka meat – Under the Hindu or Sikh religion, the animal is cut in one stroke. It suffers less since its neck is cut off in one stroke.