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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Raipur | Apr 2, 2017:: Going to be unconstitutional and putting a spark on the matter Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh passed an unconstitutional and irresponsible comments on cow slaughter in the state.
A day after Gujarat adopted the toughest law against cow slaughter by making it punishable with a 14-year jail term, Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh said in Jagdalpur on Saturday that those who kill cows in his state “will be hanged”.
Singh was replying to a question from reporters whether the state government was considering any tough legislation to check cow slaughter. “Is cow slaughter happening anywhere in the state? Have any cows been killed in our state in the last 15 years?” Singh posed a counter-question. Then, with a smile, he said: “Jo gai ko marega, unko latka denge (We will hang those who kill a cow).”
Rejecting the CM’s claim, state Congress general secretary Shailesh Nitin Trivedi said cow slaughter is rampant even in places close to the state capital but no effective action seems to have been taken.
Even those associated with the ruling party are involved in the transportation of agriculture cattle for slaughter, he alleged. “The talk about hanging those who kill cows is just an attempt by the chief minister to go with the flow of BJP,” Trivedi remarked.
Raman Singh had taken the initiative to ban cow slaughter in the state in the very first year of his office after coming to power in December 2003. The Chhattisgarh Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 2004 provides for imprisonment up to seven years and a fine of Rs 50,000 for the slaughter of cattle, possession of beef and transport of agriculture cattle for slaughter.
While there are provisions of imprisonment up to seven years and a fine of Rs 50,000 for the slaughter of cattle, possession of beef and transport of agriculture cattle for slaughter under Chhattisgarh Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 2004, how the CM of Chhatishgarh will hang a person if violets the law?
Actually, some over-satisfied Chief Ministers in BJP ruled states are now very much reluctant to do their duties in a right manner and with strict ness.
The Raman Singh Govt in Chhatishgarh has failed to stop illegal cow slaughter, cow trafficking and meat transportation in the state. The Congressi allegation as “cow slaughter is rampant even in places close to the state capital but no effective action seems to have been taken” has been investigated by HENB through its network in the state and found to be a high concern of alleged ‘Cow slaughter’ in many places.
From a source it is revealed that the new Muslim locations/colonies beside the railway route of Howrah Mumbai section, particularly around Bilaspur, Bhatapara, Raipur, Durg and Rajnandangaon in Chhatishgarh have illegal abattoirs in many Muslim houses, madrasas and beef supplies are made from those slaughter points in a very secret way.
Records show that hundreds of cases have been lodged under Chhattisgarh Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 2004 since its enactment, but not a single offender was attached with the full term of punishment!
Without making flak like, ‘we’ll hang cow killers’ etc, he can earnestly implement the provisions of Chhattisgarh Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 2004.