The Allahabad High Court directed the central government to declare the cow as the national animal. It said that the central government should take a decision to protect Go and prevent Go killings.
First Published Mar 4, 2023, 9:01 AM IST
The Allahabad High Court has called for declaring the cow as the national animal. It said that the central government should take an effective decision to prevent cow slaughter. A single bench of Justice Shamim Ahmed made the remarks while dismissing the plea of the accused, who is facing charges under the Uttar Pradesh Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act.
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Mohammad Abdul Khaliq was arrested by the police for carrying beef. The accused filed a petition in the court seeking to end the investigation of the case. On this occasion, Allahabad High Court Lucknow Bench said that Hindus have faith in cow and they consider it as the most sacred animal and the representative of God. The bench said that we are living in a secular country, so we should respect all religions. In Hinduism, the cow is considered a representative of divine and natural grace. Therefore, it is suggested that the cow should be protected and respected by all.
Meanwhile, the Gujarat court said last month that if cow slaughter is stopped, all the problems on earth will be solved. The court made these comments while sentencing a person to life imprisonment in the case of illegal movement of cattle from Maharashtra. According to legal news website Live Law, the Principal District Judge of Tapi District issued an order in November that if cow slaughter is stopped, all problems on the land will be solved.
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Principal District Judge Sameer Vinodchandra Vyas also said that houses made of cow dung are immune to nuclear radiation and science has proved that cow urine is a cure for many incurable diseases. The judge said that if cows become extinct, the universe will cease to exist. The judge said that the increase in cow slaughter cases has led to climate change.
Last Updated Mar 4, 2023, 9:01 AM IST