Hyderabad: After cow, now camel slaughter faces restrictions, 100 camels seized

Hyderabad: After creating ruckus over cow slaughter, moves are being taken to restrict camel slaughter, ahead of Eid-ul-Azha. Efforts are on to prevent sale of camel on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. After implementation of rules on cattle slaughter, the camel sellers felt a ray of hope thinking that as the cow slaughter has been banned Muslims will now consider other alternatives such as camel; thinking so the camel sellers brought 100 camels to the city. But the so-called animal rights’ activists succeeded in seizing those 100 camels. Organisations preventing sale of camel have to say that camel is the state animal of Rajasthan hence it should be protected and cannot be slaughtered.

An organisation named Animal Welfare Board demanded protection of camels on the lines of cows.

Such moves denote that Muslims are being prevented from reaching sacrificial animals in a planned manner.

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