Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan asked the Narendra Modi government to impose a ban on the export of beef, saying it will help stop slaughtering of cows.
Samajwadi Party leader and Uttar Pradesh Cabinet minister Azam Khan today asked the Narendra Modi government to impose a ban on the export of beef, saying it will help stop slaughtering of cows.
“Slaughtering of the cow can only stop if the Union government imposes a ban on export of beef,” Khan said after inaugurating a Gaushala in Goverdhan town opened by Goverdhan Peethadheeshwar Shankaracharya Swami Adhokshajanand.
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He also demanded the government to impose a ban on beef from the menus of five-star hotels.
Asserting that religion never promotes hatred, he said “it can not be termed religion if it encourages a clash between human beings”.
To a query, he termed former UP chief minister Mayawati as “a greatest enemy of democracy”, saying the situation of law and order in Uttar Pradesh was poor during her regime.