Meat Ban in various states in India

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As you may know some monks are on fast unto death to force an entire town to be veg.
25% of the town are Muslims
Gujarat govt may declare Palitana ‘veg-only’ zone

This is a violation of freedom of choice. If i am a meat eater can the govt or a community force me to be veg? I hope this is taken to court.
quote from them
"The monks thanked the officials, but expressed hope that the government would declare slaughtering and sale of other non-vegetarian food items an “anti-social activity”.
So i am an anti social if am a non vegetarian? This is 1984+brave new world on steroids.
Next will be ban alcohol. Haven't they learned from history that by banning you make it more appealing.
 
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When fruits / vegetable is eaten - whole tree is not killed.

For meat etc - animal is killed.

Also they are ripe and if un-plucked would fall on their own off tree.
 

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When fruits / vegetable is eaten - whole tree is not killed.

For meat etc - animal is killed.

Also they are ripe and if un-plucked would fall on their own off tree.

For things like carrots and radishes, whole plant is plucked out of the soil.

And if we don't eat animals, they'll be eaten by other predators in the food chain.
 


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I totally agree with dextermorgan. I am not a serial killer but ai don't mind chickens being killed so that I can enjoy my chilly chicken lol.
 
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When fruits / vegetable is eaten - whole tree is not killed.

For meat etc - animal is killed.

Also they are ripe and if un-plucked would fall on their own off tree.
A number of studies have shown that plants feel pain, and vegetables are picked and often eaten while still alive. Animal rights activists are often in the news, but has anyone ever protested for vegetable rights? | Notes and Queries | guardian.co.uk

A number of studies have shown that plants feel pain, and vegetables are picked and often eaten while still alive. Animal rights activists are often in the news, but has anyone ever protested for vegetable rights?
 

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I think all these protesters should first adopt homeless guys in their own cities and ensure that no one sleeps hungry and everyone has a roof over their head before complaining about cruelty to animals.
 
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