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'Promulgate Law to Ban cow Slaughter'

The Vijayabharatha Makkal Katchi (VMK) has appealed Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to promulgate laws to protect cows and also prevent them from being slaughtered.

Published: 15th March 2014 07:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th March 2014 07:59 AM   |  A+A-

The Vijayabharatha Makkal Katchi (VMK) has appealed Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to promulgate laws to protect cows and also prevent them from being slaughtered.

A resolution to this effect was adopted at the State executive meeting of the party, held here on Thursday, chaired by its founder president G Jaishankar.

Recalling that his party had extended support to the ruling AIADMK in the forthcoming elections, Jaishankar said VMK would request the CM to look into some serious issues in the State.

He said the State should establish a separate force to protect temples and introduce total prohibition to reduce crimes. Tamil, English and Hindi must be introduced in all schools in elementary education. The Chief Minister should also take steps to restrict the FDI cap to 25 per cent, to protect the interest of merchants and Indian companies. Jaishankar added.

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