Kolkata high court bans Cow slaughter in West Bengal

published on November 13, 2010

Kolkata : In yet another historic judgement , Calcutta High Court banned the slaughter of cows in the state, ahead of ‘Bakri’ id. The petition was filed by BJP leader Avijit Das in the high court.

The division bench of Chief Justice J N Patel and Justice Asim Ray of the Calcutta High Court on Friday declared the practice of sacrificing cow and its progeny for religious purpose as ‘unlawful’.Thanks to our highly efficient medias , the whole news was blacked out from the public for reasons known to them.

Statement by Upananda Bramhachari, Hindu Samhati
We should be prepared to face the bigger fight in Supreme Court if the situation demands. We should congratulate Sri Abjijit Das of Amtala Nagarik Adhikar Raksha Samity, the present petitioner of the case No. W.P. No 1378 of 2010. We should thankful the band of spirited lawyers in the HC, viz. Mr. Kallol GuhaThakurta, Mr. Ganesh Banerjee, Mr.Jai Surana and Mr. A. K. Sarigi for the petitioner, who impleaded a marvelous for the cause Hindu Sentiment, Prevention of Animal Cruelty and Indian Economy. We must convey our gratitude to the Hon,ble bench of  Calcutta High Court adorned by Hon’ble Chief Justice, Mr. J. N. Patel and Justice Mr. Ashim Kumar Roy for delivering the most essential in the context of the situation.

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