Karnataka: Three years after ban on cow slaughter in Karnataka, Bhatkal Tanzeem issues fatwa against illegal beef sale
We have asked people of Bhatkal not to buy beef that is transported and sold illegally,” Inayathullah Shabandar, Tanzeem president, told The New Indian Express.
The report has been submitted to the district administration and school education department for further action.”
According to the complaint,the teacher allegedly spoke to a class 7 student, about their habit of eating beef and their religion.
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My child had told her that I run a beef and meat shop. Two weeks ago, the teacher beat up my child and criticized our eating habit of beef consumption.”
Seven people were arrested for transporting beef illegally, while one person was arrested for recording the video of the incident and uploading it on social media.
Syed Ashraf, a social activist, alleged that the victims and their family members have been pressured to remain silent on the issue and withdraw the case.
The court observed that carrying meat cannot be a punishable offence under the UP Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act unless proven by cogent and sufficient evidence that the substance recovered is beef.