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Meghalaya Assembly Moves Resolution Against Centre's Cattle Slaughter Notification

Meghalaya government on Monday passed an official resolution on the recent notification of the Centre to 'ban' cow slaughter during the special session of the state Assembly.

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Updated:June 13, 2017, 8:13 AM IST
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Meghalaya Assembly Moves Resolution Against Centre's Cattle Slaughter Notification
A mob tried to torch the trucks transporting the cattle and blocked the highway on the suspicion of smuggling. (Image for representation only)

Shillong: Meghalaya government on Monday passed an official resolution on the recent notification of the Centre to 'ban' cow slaughter during the special session of the state Assembly.

The development comes close on the heels of the resignation of top BJP leaders from the state unit of the party. The state government introduced the resolution after protests from various quarters against the recent notification by the Centre to ban sale of cattle for the purpose of slaughter from marketplaces.

The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules, 2017 were notified on May 23, prohibiting cattle from being brought to animal markets for the purposes of slaughter.

ALSO READ: New Rules Do Not Ban Eating or Slaughter of Cattle, Says Kerala HC

Meghalaya is not the only state to have opposed these rules. States like Kerala and West Bengal have already expressed their displeasure.

Recently, the CM of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan had moved a special motion in the Kerala assembly against the new norms in order to mount pressure on the Centre to reverse them. After a two-hour debate, the Assembly passed a near-unanimous special resolution against the Centre.

There have also been protests organised in several parts of Tamil Nadu, where the opposition Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) launched an agitation on May 31.

ALSO READ: How Kerala CM is Emerging as Face of Protests Against Cattle Slaughter Ban

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