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Arunachal Cong protests cow slaughter ban

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ITANAGAR, June 7 - The Central Government�s ban on the sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter through animal markets has evoked strong criticism from Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee with the opposition party in the State deciding to organise a protest rally on Friday.

An extended executive meeting of APCC here decided that the rally will be spearheaded by Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC) with the participation of members from APCC and its frontal organisations, party leaders and workers, according to an APCC release here.

Expressing his dissatisfaction over the Centre�s new rules banning sale of cows for slaughter, former Arunachal Chief Minister Nabam Tuki called �the blanket ban of beef, a mistake in the North East� and wished that the Central Government respected the tribal sentiments.

Tuki, who was addressing a Catholic Convention at Seppa in East Kameng district recently, called upon the people to work for the welfare of the State, irrespective of religious diversity and to uphold at all times, the constitutional values of secularism and brotherhood.

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Arunachal Cong protests cow slaughter ban

ITANAGAR, June 7 - The Central Government�s ban on the sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter through animal markets has evoked strong criticism from Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee with the opposition party in the State deciding to organise a protest rally on Friday.

An extended executive meeting of APCC here decided that the rally will be spearheaded by Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC) with the participation of members from APCC and its frontal organisations, party leaders and workers, according to an APCC release here.

Expressing his dissatisfaction over the Centre�s new rules banning sale of cows for slaughter, former Arunachal Chief Minister Nabam Tuki called �the blanket ban of beef, a mistake in the North East� and wished that the Central Government respected the tribal sentiments.

Tuki, who was addressing a Catholic Convention at Seppa in East Kameng district recently, called upon the people to work for the welfare of the State, irrespective of religious diversity and to uphold at all times, the constitutional values of secularism and brotherhood.