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Number of Criminals will increase if Anti Cow Slaughter Law is imposed: U R Ananthamurthy

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Bangalore, May 16: Prof. U R Ananthamurthy, a well known literateur and thinker has opined that the number of criminals may increase in the state if the Government of Karnataka imposed the anti-cow-slaughter law.



He was expressing his views at an interaction meeting of members of legislative assembly, writers, leaders of noted organisations and senior citizens of the stated organised at the Legislatives House in the city on Sunday, May 16 by Komu Sauharda Vedike to shed light on the demerits of anti-cow-slaughter bill.



Ananthamurthy said a Government should frame the laws with the intention of reducing the number of criminals, but unfortunately the State Government of Karnataka is coming up with new bills framed to increase the number of criminals.



Whoever thinks that cow-slaughtering for the purpose of food is a sin let them think so, but forcing others to think in a similar way is a crime, he said, adding that, “sin should not pave the way for crime”



“If the Government decides to ban on cow slaughter only for the reason that cow is a sacred animal for Hindus, it also should impose a similar ban on swine slaughtering as it is a filthy animal for the Muslims”, he said, reminding that this state and country belong not only to Hindus but also to Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and seculars.



Alleging the State Government led By Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa of exploring the politics of vote bank through anti-cow-slaughter bill, he clarified that those who raise their voice against the this bill are not fighting for Muslims but for the integrity of the society.



Speaking on the occasion, Abdul Azeem, a Member of Legislative Assembly said that there are approximately six thousand abattoirs in the state, where more than six thousand animals are being slaughtered for the sake of food. And if an anti-cow slaughter law is imposed in the state, a huge amount of money turnover will be stopped which will directly affect farmers.


 

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Like [0]Dislike [0] #7 , Mangalore2010-05-18
It is common sense that the price of vegetables and fish will increase due to the increase in demand for these items. What will the poor people eat?

Now a days many Hindus are also eating beef. What will we do? I am sure the minsiters and politicians cam up with this silly idea must be eating beef themselves.
 
 
Like [0]Dislike [0] #6 , Perlampady,Putture2010-05-18
I am appreciating Mr.Ashrafs's openion,because such goondas are very dangerous to the society.Before gov't passing Anti cow slaughter bill,Gov't should ban the Shri Rama Sene which is leading by Muthalik. If Gov't is not ready to ban that organisation than no ethical right to pass Anti Cow Slaughter bill to Mr.Yediyoorappa's Gov't,because that org. is against to human kind.
 
 
Like [0]Dislike [0] #5 , RE: Number of Criminals will increase if Anti Cow Slaughter Law is imposed: U R Ananthamurthy2010-05-17
Every thing Pof said is ok but what does he mean by criminal will increase.Did he mean to say that muslims r criminals or what think b4u say or do Mr.
 
 
Like [2]Dislike [0] #4 , mangalore/ jubail2010-05-17
THE BAD AND FUNNIEST THING OF STATE GOVT., KILLING ANIMAL IS BIGGER OFFENCE (CRIME) THAN KILLING HUMAN...WHERE WORLD COMES...SEE MUTHALIK IS KILLING INNOCENT HUMAN FOR MONEY, FOR RELIGION AND FOR HONOR..THERE IS NO LAW FOR EVEN ARREST THAT GOOONDA MUTHALIK...'HITLER IS BETTER THAN YEDDI AND ACHARYA'
 
 
Like [0]Dislike [0] #3 , RE: Number of Criminals will increase if Anti Cow Slaughter Law is imposed: U R Ananthamurthy2010-05-17
BJP'S MENDORS ARE R.S.S.(RASTRIYA SWAYAM SEVAK SANGH) FROM WHERE THE TRAITORS, ENEMIES AND TERRORISTS LIKE NATHURAM GHODSE, PRAJNA SINGH, PRAMOD MUTALLIK, PRAVIN TOGADIA….. (THE LIST CONTUNUES) OF OUR BELOVED INDIA ARE BREEDED. R.S.S. IS THE BIGGEST TERRORISTS’ BREEDING INSTITUTION OF THIS PLANET EARTH. O LEADERS OF BJP AND MEMBERS OF R.S.S. DEAR RASTRIYA SWAYAM SEVAK SANGH, PLEASE DON'T FOOL AROUND.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #2 , RE: Number of Criminals will increase if Anti Cow Slaughter Law is imposed: U R Ananthamurthy2010-05-17
Beaf is a food not only for muslims but also for poors of other religion including hindus, I think Government should not interfere with the eating habits of the people. I do not think cow is sacred at all its an animal like any other animal.

Why this Government is not preserving rats, rat is also their God, everyday millions of rats are being killed by poisoning, why cant they stop it by enacting the law for that cause.

I think they just want to enforce this law to punish the muslims and they think by punishing muslims they can improve their votes. BJP, you will succeed in this for a short period of time but not for long period, God is there and he is watching everything carefull and he knows how to put you below the earth and you see, from there you will not come up forever.

WE muslims will survive anyway without eating it, but take care of yourself.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #1 , RE: Number of Criminals will increase if Anti Cow Slaughter Law is imposed: U R Ananthamurthy2010-05-17
LAWS ARE MADE TO CONTROL AND PUNISH THE CRIMINALS IN THE WORLD BUT WITH BJP IT IS STRANGE HERE THEY MAKE LAWS TO CREATE AND INCRESE CRIMINALS.
 

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