Beef Party: What if Pehlu Khan, Akhlaq could’ve explained like Kajol?

NEW DELHI: If only Pehlu Khan or Mohammad Akhlaq are good at tweeting and know about clarification than they would not have been attacked by the gau rakshaks and would not have to pay for their dear lives.

Well, the controversy over bollywood actress Kajol’s beef party on the social media is not taking a pause.

The 42-year-old actress on Sunday shared the video of a beef dish that her friend had prepared on Instagram and Facebook but deleted the clip soon after it attracted negative comments.

The Dilwale actress even issued a clarification on Twitter stating, “A video of me at a friend’s lunch said that there was a beef dish at the table. That’s a miscommunication. What was shown was buffalo meat, that is legally available meat.

“I’m issuing this clarification because this is a sensitive matter that may hurt religious sentiments, which is not my intention,” Kajol wrote.

She was attacked by trolls online for sharing her lunch moments and people are giving responses in their own way.
One user wrote, if Kajol eat beef it means buffalo and if Akhlaq had it then beef means cow.

On the night of September 28, 2015, in the Bisahada village of Dadri, Greater Noida, the mob on the basis of the suspicion of eating the beef lynched Mohammad Akhlaq to death and his son, Danish, was serious injured.

While 55-year-oldPehlu Khan, a dairy farmer had died on April 3 after he was lynched mercilessly by cow vigilantes in Alwar in Rajasthan for transporting cattle.

Here are some tweets: