Supreme Court suspends ban on trade of cattle for slaughter


On Tuesday Supreme Court suspended an administration order that had restricted the trade of cattle for slaughter,giving relief to the multi-billion dollar meat and leather businesses that employ millions of poor workers.

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In the most recent hit to the meat and leather areas, generally keep running by Muslims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s legislature in May declared that animal markets could just trade cows for agricultural purposes, for example, ploughing and dairy production.

Supreme Court Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar said the livelihoods of individuals can’t be subjected to uncertainties, sources said.