Cow Slaughter Stopped on Eid Day in West Bengal

via published on December 16, 2008

This year the Islmamic festival, Bakr Eid was on 9th December. Like
every year, this year too, Muslims tried to slaughter cows in various
new places, even though the Hindus consider the cow to be holy and a
sin to kill the animal. Muslims all over the Indian subcontinent often
slaughter the cow to spite and pain the Hindu community. But in South
24 Pargana district, Hindus motivated by Hindu Samhati tried to resist
it. In several places, memorandums with mass signatures were submitted
to local Police Stations and representatives of Hindu Samhati were sent
to all party meetings convened by administration. In the following
places Hindus were successful to resist Cow slaughter in the follwing
places this year.

(1) Village – Hansaberia & Makhalia under P.S.- Magrahat,

(2) Vill – Garankati under P.S. -Kulpi,

(3) Vill – Alampur under P.S.- Nodakhali

(4) Vill – Dakshin Taldi, P.S. – Canning,

(5) Vill – Rajapur, P.S.- Canning,

(6) Vill – Dharampur, P.S. – Bishnupur,

(7) Vill – Gorhanpur, P.S.- Bishnupur, all South 24 Parganas dist.

(8) Vill – Dakshin Naopara, P.S. – Amta, Dist.- Howrah.

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