“Two days are according to the 1964 BMC resolution and two on account of the state’s 2004 resolution.”
“What to eat or not is an individual’s choice, curbing eating rights is Hitler’s style of ruling.”But, the move was defended by BJP stating that it is about religious sentiment. While the ban is for limited days, the move has been severely criticised. And as expected, this newest ban hasn’t gone down too well with Twitterati either.
“We don’t care about hospitals, toilets, good roads, railways or safety. We are interested in what you watch and eat.” — BJP. #meatban — lindsay pereira (@lindsaypereira) September 8, 2015
If due to one community’s belief others should leave meat, will due to other’s beliefs veggies eat meat? #meatban — Raghav Chopra (@AarSee) September 7, 2015
Guys we didn’t work our ways to the top of the food chain just so you can eat grass again— Scarlett (@tweetria) September 7, 2015