This is without any prejudice or ill will or malice or any animosity against anybody/individual/group/society/faith etc. and not intended to hurt or hit the sentiments/faith/feeling/habits etc.

BBD find a fashion among certain members of Mera Bhaarat Mahaan to invent, nurture and allow growing like Bhashmasura to divide our society in general and those having faith in Hinduism in particular. Since 2014, a sizeable number of educated Zaahils find that NaMo is responsible for all the evils in the society. Earlier, it was a section of people incidentally borne in Brahmin surname were responsible for all the evils in the society.

Incidentally, or to say unfortunately BBD is also borne with a tag of Brahmin, although he does not possess any quality which are expected from a Brahmin as per internationally accepted records.

Now, coming to brass-tacks, that is – issue of Gau-hatya or slaughter of cows/heifers. Let us examine the issue in the light of law of the land, without branding BBD a manuwaadi.

Article 48 in the Constitution of India 1949, says: “The state shall endeavor to organize agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines and shall, in particular, take steps for preserving and improving the breeds and prohibiting the slaughter of COWS and CALVES and other milch and draught cattle.

Hon’ble Supreme Court of India while dealing Case No. Appeal (Civil) 4937-4940 of 1998 – State of Gujarat VS Mirzapur Moti Kureshi Kasab Jamat & Others, disposed it on 26.10.2005, with findings inter-alia, in following lines, “…….. The utility of cow cannot be doubted at all. A total ban on cow slaughter has been upheld……”

Then The Uttar Pradesh Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act, 1955 governs the slaughter of cattle in the state. Slaughter of cow (includes a heifer and calf) is totally prohibited. Transport of cow outside the State for slaughter is not permitted. The sale of beef is prohibited. The law defines “beef” as the flesh of cow and of such bull or bullock whose slaughter is prohibited under the Act, but does not include such flesh contained in sealed containers and imported into Uttar Pradesh. Anyone violating the Act can be punished with rigorous imprisonment of up to 2 years or fine up to ₹1,000 or both. The crime is treated as a cognizable and non-bailable offence. The Act permitted the slaughter of bull or bullock on obtaining a “fit-for-slaughter” certificate provided it was over the age of 15 years or had become permanently unfit for breeding, draught and any agricultural operations. However, the Government of Uttar Pradesh issued an ordinance in 2001, prohibiting the slaughter of cow and its progeny

Besides, various stories of Bhagwan Shri Krishna on Cows, which is not restricted to only those who have got faith in Hinduism, we are taought by historians that Chola King Manu Needhi Cholan even killed his own son Veedhi Vidnagan to provide justice to a cow.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh ji had banned Cow slaughter. Now, let us discuss the word “ban”. The points may not be palatable to those who are not offended by supression by invaders. Views expressed by author of these lines are his personal and is based on his feeling NATION FIRST. This is a fact that any invader simply ruins the existing system, procedure, rituals, tradition of the place, so that it can establish its might to rule. If we the people feel proud in being subjected to such humiliation by invaders and accept them as Bharat Bhagyavidhata, this article is not meant for them.

Invaders by various Islamic rulers of Arab and Central Asian Turkic origin brought the custom of slaughter of cows to this country. This is what history tells us. We have experienced in Kuwait and even in our home in Kashmir.

Now, BBD is amused and confused – if somebody wants to undo wrong or not implementing rules of law deserves appreciation or condemnation or should we the people praise those having audacity to reverse judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India (Shahbano). It is we the people to decide. But let us also keep in mind – IGNORE BAMYAN then be ready for 09/11.

BBD also thanks Ms Deepika Arora for her r views which is simply reproduced as under:
There was a country…………..There was a country. People of the country happily leaving under a good government and a leader. 13% of minorities in the country is happy with no harassment from the majority. The larger coast of country is a trade benefit and economy of the country is moderately active. Country has just emerged out of a long draught situation, lasted for almost three years.
One day few students from a ‘University’ in its ‘Capital’ city started protests against the government. The government forces detained some of the protesters. In reaction to that the protesters burned headquarter of the ruling party. The emphasis in demonstration & slogans shifted slowly towards a call to overthrow the government. The violence has started simultaneously in several cities of the country. The protesters, by now, get some unprecedented ‘Funding’ in terms of arms, ammunition, automatic weapons. Within a month from the start of protest in ‘University’, 1000s of people died in clashed with forces. The protestors formed an ‘Army’ to counter government forces.
The armed battle has started on various city and ‘Army’ captured various cities from government. They formed their own government in the victorious cities. The ‘Funding’ increased and the area of ‘Protestor’s Government’ increase day by day.
By the end of a year, some more ‘Dissident Groups’ in the country, also started armed battles with government forces. Taking advantage of the situation two of the ‘Neighboring Countries’ started open support to the ‘Protestor’s Army’ and ‘Dissident Groups’ and started infilling own ‘Terrorists’.
By the end of three years from the start of protest in ‘University’, the ‘Terrorists’ are now dominant in the Quadrilateral battle i.e. ‘Government Forces’, ‘Protestor’s Army’, ‘Dissident Groups’ and ‘Terrorists’. The infighting is so intense that no one understand who is fighting against whom !!!!
By the end of six years, there are cities with no human life. The largest city of country has not standing building. This ‘Protest’ is now one of the longest Civil War fought in human habitat.
The Country is Syria, University is Damascus, Protestor’s Army is FSA, Dissident Groups are Kurdish Forces and Terrorists are ISIS.

This has nothing to do with current affairs of India, but who knows as according to the leaked classified report concluded that the overthrown of Assad was priority for USA and the ‘Funding’ is well organized……………




Author: mahesh3006

A retired development banker with strong bias towards rural development through microcredit