On cow slaughter Madras High Court stays Centre’s ban for four weeks


The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court on Tuesday put a four-week stay on the Center’s notice on cattle deal in animal markets. The interim order was passed in light of a public interest litigation (PIL)..

The PIL said that decision of food is a person’s decision and nobody has the privilege to manage it.

The High Court has asked the Center and the state government to answer inside a month’s chance over the issue.

A week ago, the Environment Ministry prohibited the sale of cattle with the end goal of butcher at animal markets. The correction is relevant to all states aside from Jammu and Kashmir.

Under the meaning of cows, the service has included cows, bulls, buffaloes, steers, heifers, calves, and camels.

Many states including Kerala and West Bengal have contradicted the thought and said that they won’t take after the arbitrary order. Different bodies said that the choice will simply expand the terrorism by cow vigilantes.

As the level headed discussion emitted among states, the service cleared up that the boycott is to unregulated animal trade and secure cattle.

While there are some restricting the thought, there are others supporting it. Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) has requested a law to totally boycott cow butcher and furthermore life detainment for such acts.

The choice will hit the meat and livestock market and in the end, the farmers as well.