Killing people in the name of ‘gau bhakti’ is not acceptable: PM Modi


In a stern warning ‘Gau Rakshaks’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that killing individuals for the sake of cow security is not adequate as it is against our custom of non-violence.

“As a general public, there is no place for viciousness,” PM Modi said in a speech at the Sabarmati Ashram here.

“Executing individuals for the sake of ‘gau bhakti’ (cow worship) is not adequate,” he said.

“This is not something Mahatma Gandhi would support,” he included.

Attesting that brutality is not an answer of any issue, the Prime Minister additionally said nobody has the privilege to take the law in his or her own hands in the country.

“Today, I need to state a couple of words and express misery on a portion of the things going on. We are a place that is known for peacefulness. We are the place that is known for Mahatma Gandhi. Why do we overlook that? Nobody talked about protecting cows more than Mahatma Gandhi and Acharya Vinoba Bhave,” he included.

He additionally encouraged the people to meet up to make a nation that would make the freedom fighters proud of.

“Let’s all work together. Let’s create the India of Mahatma Gandhi’s dreams. Let’s create an India our freedom fighters would be proud of,” he said.

Prime Minister Modi, who was talking at the 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Mahatama Gandhi’s master Shrimad Rajchandraj, additionally released a special postal stamp and memorial coin in his respect.


Amid the most recent couple of months, episodes of mob lynching, violence, murder for the sake of cow protection have been expanded causing a strained circumstance the nation over.

As of late a man was thrashed and his home was set on fire in Jharkhand after a dead cow was found outside his home.

Watch PM Modi addressing a gathering at the Sabarmati Ashram here.