The meat sellers across the capital of the state, and including many other districts of UP, have gone on the indefinite strike from today against the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s crackdown on illegal and mechanized slaughterhouses.
In a statement Lucknow Bakra Gosht Vypar Mandal office spokesperson, Mubeen Qureshi said,”We have decided to intensify our strike from tomorrow. All shops will remain closed. Fish sellers too have joined us and are extending support to us”.
Adding further to this he said, “the crackdown on slaughterhouses has adversely hit the livelihood of lakhs of people”.
As the after effect of the crackdown on the slaughterhouses, the famous Tunday and Rahim’s outlet have shifted from buffalo meat (after it becomes scarce) to mutton and chicken, now have decided to keep their shop closed.
In the wake of the crackdown on slaughterhouses, the toothsome kebabs disappear from the menu of the famous non-vegetarian food outlet’s owner said; the current situation might force the restaurateur to bring the mutton from Delhi.
Adding further to this, “But there will be no compromise on the quality of the food”.
The meat sellers in the Uttar Pradesh are getting worried over the crackdown on slaughterhouses, which has affected the livelihood of lakhs of people.
Meanwhile, the Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif is in the support of the newly elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath and looking happy that the illegal slaughterhouses have been banned in the state.
He was observed praising the UP government on the twitter, over the ban of illegal slaughterhouses. He posted:
Tunday milein ya na milein,Gundein na milein!Will be happy to see No Gunday in UP.All illegal stuff must be stopped.Good moves #UPshouldgoUP
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) March 25, 2017