‘Choosing beef is one’s choice but saying no to halal food is punishable’


Team Udayavani, Feb 6, 2021, 12:14 PM IST

Udupi: BJP MP Shobha Karandlaje on Saturday, February 6 said that in Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan led the government choosing beef is one’s choice but saying no to halal food is punishable.

Taking to Twitter Shobha wrote, “Appeasing Muslims has been a regular affair of Pinarayi Vijayan led government. Choosing Beef is one’s choice but saying #NoToHalal food is a punishable crime in Kerala.”

“Commies are not only desecrating temples but also want to destroy our culture! #WakeUpHindus,” she added.

Shobha’s comment comes after the general secretary of Hindu Aikyavedi was arrested for appealing to the Hindus to boycott halal-certified products.

Kerala police arrested RV Babu from his workplace.

He had earlier uploaded a video on Youtube where he explained ‘Halalanomics’ and made an appeal to the Hindu community not to fall prey to this trap.

Kerala police have made this a non-bailable offence and have found that his youtube video could trigger ‘communal tensions’ between the Hindus and Muslims.

This argument of the Kerala police falls flat since the state remained helpless when the Islamists grew financially and developed fundamentalist networks within the state.

Hindu Aikyavedi has given a call for state-wide protests against the arrest of RV Babu. Five of the Hindu Aikyavedi activists were earlier arrested for protesting against the Halal symbol in a bakery. The organization had accused the Halal system of being discriminatory against non-Muslims and eventually leading the monopoly of various businesses in the hands of Muslims.

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