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Further noting that cows were “worshipped in our culture”, Sudhakar said, a detailed discussion on banning export of beef was required in both Houses of the Legislature. Express Photo
Cows were like a member of the family and it was a ‘crime’ to kill them, Karnataka Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar on Sunday said as the the BJP government in the state is mulling bringing back the anti-cow slaughter law.
He also said cow dung acts as a disinfectant, recalling his family had a few cows in the past.
Terming cow slaughter a ‘sin’, the minister said he would request Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa to ban slaughtering of the animal in the state.
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