Halal Certification is nothing but jizya and should be banned nationwide ! – Mr Ramesh Shinde, Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Yogiji’s crackdown on Halal economy : Special dailogue hosted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

The Uttar Pradesh CM Yogiji has taken a crucial step to prevent attacks on the Indian economy by implementing a ban on Halal-certified products. As the Mughals imposed jizya in their era, similarly, Halal Certification can be seen as a private tax imposed by Islamic institutions in today’s times. It does not have official approval from the Government of India. The money earned through Halal Certification is being utilised for the release of terrorists involved in various bomb attacks. Implementation of ban on Halal Certification which is forced upon the Hindu traders will not only put an end to the manoeuvres against Indian security but also curb the exploitation of Hindu traders. According to the Halal Certification rules, manufacturers were compelled to appoint two maulanas in their establishments. At least, this forcefully imposed employment will be put to an end in UP. Drawing inspiration from UP, nationwide ban should be implemented on the illicit operation of Halal Certification, demanded Mr Ramesh Shinde, Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

He made this statement while addressing a special dialogue organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on the topic ‘Yogiji`s crackdown on Halal economy’. He also urged every Hindu to read his book titled ‘Halal Jihad : The Attack on Indian Economy ?

Mr Ramesh Shinde added, Islamic institutions are forcefully imposing Halal Certification on Hindu companies, despite the presence of organisations like the ‘Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’ (FSSAI) and the FDA. We understand the necessity of Halal Certification in Islamic countries. However, we were unaware that it is being mandated for basic commodities like rice, wheat, etc. The Muslim Federation has officially stated that such a requirement is not mentioned anywhere in their religion. The Halal Certification from Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind is not recognised in Islamic countries with a Shia-majority Muslim population. Why is Halal Certification enforced on dating websites and lipsticks ? The UP Government has not prohibited halal meat anywhere in UP, but it has banned the illegal Halal Certification on other essential products. Mr Ramesh Shinde appealed to consumers to boycott products with such Halal Certifications.


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