Goa will not restrict beef imports from Karnataka to avoid a shortage: CM Manohar Parrikar


New Delhi: On Tuesday Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has conveyed that the state would not limit beef imports from neighboring Karnataka to evade provide deficiency in the state.

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The Bharatiya Janata Party head’s declaration reaches at a time when most administration run by the party crossways the nation are cracking on the sale of beef.

Around 30% of the state’s populace eats beef. Parrikar conveyed to members of the state legislative Assembly that, we have not concluded the option of getting meat from Belagavi to guarantee that there is no deficiency.

CM further added that the state’s solitary legal abattoir, the Goa meat complex, provided about 2,000 kilos of beef daily. The cattle would be inspected by authorized doctors.

Parrikar has further added that, the administration does not have any purpose to limit the entry of animals for slaughter at the Goa Meat Complex from neighboring state. On July 11, the Supreme Court remained the central administration’s announcement banning the sale of cattle for slaughter at marketplaces crossways the nation.

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