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Delhi HC banned Beef & Pork Festival at JNU upon the petition of Rashtriya Goraksha Sena.

No ‘beef & pork festival’ in JNU campus: Delhi High Court.

PTI | Sep 19, 2012 | NEW DELHI :: The Jawaharlal NehruUniversity (JNU) and the city police were today ordered by the Delhi High Court to ensure that no beef and pork food festival is held in the central university campus.

“The JNU and Delhi Police are directed to ensure that no such beef and pork festival takes place on September 28 or in future,” a bench of Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw said.

The court order came on a plea by a registered society, Rashtriya Goraksha Sena, seeking directions to JNU and other authorities to enforce the law and prevent the organisers from holding the scheduled beef and pork festival in JNU campus.

Appearing for the Centre, Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Rajeev Mehra placed on record a circular issued by the JNU registrar, warning students against the possession, consumption or cooking of beef on campus, pointing to the Delhi Agricultural Cattle Prevention Act that prohibits cow slaughter.

Petitioner’s counsel Vimal Wadhwan argued that no action was taken against the students who have announced to organise the food festival in violation of the Act.

“As per the Delhi Agricultural Cattle Prevention Act, 1994 there is provision for five years of imprisonment and Rs 10,000 as fine for storing or serving beef,” the counsel said.

The petitioner society had sought the court’s direction “to authorities not to permit serving of beef or pork or anything which will hurt the religious sentiments of the people in general”.

JNU counsel informed the court that on September 17 a copy of the circular had been handed over to Anup Singh, one of the students who had planned to organise the festival.

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5 comments on “Delhi HC banned Beef & Pork Festival at JNU upon the petition of Rashtriya Goraksha Sena.

  1. S R Wakankar
    September 20, 2012

    This was just political and aimed to tease Hindu people.When a child is stopped from doing something, he does it more and enjoys it, same way this is childish way just to offend the Hindu sentiment.
    Cow is venerated and honoured in India for thousands of years. Hon. Delhi High Court should be thanked for the order it has passed.


  2. surinder attri
    September 20, 2012

    Subj: 23 Christian Italians Converted into Hindu [in Hindu News (18-09-2012)]

    1. It is praise-worthy that 23 Italians have converted to Hinduism. Hinduism is the correct path for Italians. Hinduism is the real guardian of the Roman people. The ancient Greek & Roman and their Greek/Roman Gods, are like our Hindu Gods. These Italians are, therefore, returning to their ancestoral religion. Other Europeans ought to do likewise.
    2. What about Madam Sonia Gandhi & her son Rahul Gandhi ? Both of them would be well-advised, to follow the example of these exalted 23 Italians.

    Surinder Paul Attri


  3. Bk chowla
    September 20, 2012

    After this development,govt must ban serving of beef at high end restaurants in India


  4. arun ghosh
    September 21, 2012

    thanks to Hon. Delhi Court


  5. saurabh
    January 1, 2014

    many many thanx to delhi high court to stop all this thing…………….Mahadev


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