Shiv Sena slams Centre over violence in name of cow vigilantism
The Shiv Sena won Wednesday that the government of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the center and in particular Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the growing number of cases of violence ‘in the name of vigilantism cow.
The Sena, in an article published in Saamna, the party spokesman, compared cow vigilantism to a “business”, which does not seem to close the same store after the controls and the constant demands of the Prime Minister of Modi.
The Seine has said Pakistan wants Hindus and Muslims are struggling for such exhaustive questions and that the nation is divided into religion.
Saamna then drew attention to the recent terrorist attack Amarnath and asked where were the “called” gaurakshaks when innocent were killed during their pilgrimage.
“The driver, who saved many of these pilgrims, was a Muslim,” he added.
The Shiv Sena has also expressed surprise at the way some BJP states had not banned the sale of beef, while others did.
Sena leader Sanjay Raut reiterated the party’s position on the issue and asked who were cow-watchers who kill innocent people.
“Even Prime Minister Modi started asking this question now,” Raut told ANI.
“Is Pakistan through its conspiracies now again triggering riots between Hindus and Muslims in India?” He added.
Meanwhile, the Congress Party has ridiculed the main minister of Goa and the statement of BJP leader Prime Minister Manohar Parrikar, from the export of beef and qualified his hilarious observation.
“The chief minister of Goa said there would be no shortage of beef in the state. It is very funny and ironic,” said Congressman Rajeev Shukla.
Head of Government of Goa on Monday said he would make sure there is no beef in the state.
Parrikar, addressing the state meeting, said that if the beef shortage in Goa will import beef from neighboring states.