Vishwa Hindu Parishad objects to Pakistan sending beef for Nepal relief

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Updated: May 04, 2015 12:30 PM

There are media reports that Pakistan has sent relief material to Pakistan which has beef and its contents.

Vishva Hindu Parishad on beefVHP’s Delhi unit general secretary Ramkrishan Srivastav said by doing so Pakistan has hurt the religious sentiments of the people of Nepal, which has banned cow slaughter and consumption of beef. (Reuters)

Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Thursday raised strong objections to reports that Pakistan has sent beef as part of its relief material to quake-hit Nepal victims.

In a statement, VHP’s Delhi unit general secretary Ramkrishan Srivastav said by doing so Pakistan has hurt the religious sentiments of the people of Nepal, which has banned cow slaughter and consumption of beef.

It also condemned Pakistan’s behaviour and said it should have taken care of the religious sentiments of the people who have been devastated by the massive earthquake causing widespread loss of life and property.

There are media reports that Pakistan has sent relief material to Pakistan which has beef and its contents.

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