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Will hang you upside down… Cow slaughter will be banned, why is this an important task for Modi government in the third term

Patna/New Delhi: This time before the elections, PM Modi had given the slogan of crossing 400. He said from many forums that this government can take some tough decisions in the third term. Now on Thursday, the country’s Home Minister Amit Shah has announced from Patna that his government is going to take a strict decision on cow slaughter in its third term. Speaking at a rally in Patna, Shah said that if the NDA comes to power for the third time, it will ban cow slaughter and punish criminals, including those involved in cow smuggling, by hanging them upside down. Not only this, Shah said that a grand temple will be built for Mother Sita in Sitamari.Strict punishment for those who slaughter cows, grand temple of Sita Mata
In Patna, Shah announced in the rallies of Madhubani and Sitamarhi that neither cow smuggling nor murder would be allowed. Accusing Congress and RJD chief Lalu Prasad of doing nothing for Punaura Dham of Sitamari, he said that BJP will build a grand temple there. He said that Congress and RJD are so busy in protecting banned organizations like PFI, which want to make India an Islamic state.

Complaints of cow smuggling used to come from Madhubani
From the land of Bihar, Amit Shah said in strong words that earlier a large number of cases of cow slaughter were reported from this area. Shah appealed that you make Modi the PM for the third time, we will do the work of straightening these cow slaughterers by hanging them upside down.

After Ram, Mother Sita’s temple
Amit Shah told the people that we did the work of building Ram temple in Ayodhya. Now we will build a grand temple in his birthplace Sitamarhi. Shah said that the opposition runs away from Ram temple. If anyone can build a temple in accordance with Sita Mata’s penance, austerity, sacrifice and dedication, then only the Modi government can succeed.

Where is cow slaughter banned now?

Talking about cow slaughter, there is a complete ban on the slaughter of cows and their offspring, including bulls and bulls of all ages, in Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. There are some states where it is not banned. These states are Kerala, West Bengal, Other North-East Arunachal, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, there is no restriction. In Manipur, the Maharaja ordered prosecution for cow slaughter in 1939, but beef was widely consumed.

Center has not made any law
Different states have banned or made laws on cow slaughter as per their wish. No such law has come yet from the Central Government. This is the reason why Amit Shah has announced this from the soil of Bihar. In the third term, Modi government can now bring a law on this. If there is majority in the Lok Sabha then this law can also be made.

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