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B Upendran | HENB | Bengaluru | Dec 14, 2022:: N. Ravikumar, BJP MLC, has now written to Chairman, Legislative Council of Karnataka Assembly, seeking permission to introduce a private member’s Bill in the legislature session to be held in Belagavi from December 19, to stop the overriding the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, in order to ban any private organisation from issuing ‘unauthorized’ certification of foods within the territory of the state.
The letter states that the Bill seeks to ban any company from advertising with a claim that a religious institution has certified the food product. The Bill is aimed at banning Halal certification, though the letter doesn’t say so explicitly.
Various Hindutva organisations including Hindu Janajagran Samiti, Sri Ram Sena and Hindu Jagran Vedike have been carrying on a campaign against halal certification in Karnataka since the beginning of 2022. The letter claims this amendment will bring in an additional revenue of Rs. 5,000 crore for the State exchequer.
The Hindu Organisations against Halal have stated elaborately about the link of Halal with a parallel economy eating into Govt exchequer along with halal funding to terror organisations hurting the Hindu sentiments by enforcing them to buy Halal products violating their faith in many respect.
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