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High Court order against slaughter of female livestock


Deepak Bohara, DANG: The High Court in Tulsipur has ordered the meat traders in Rapti rural municipality of Dang district not to slaughter and sell female livestock without permission. A division bench of Judges Shiva Narayan Yadav and Ishor Raj Acharya issued the order on Monday in line with the Rapti rural municipality’s recent standard on food hygiene and meat production, processing and sales and distribution-2074.

The order came in response to a case filed by some meat traders against the standard that disallowed them to slaughter and sale of female livestock. They had filed the case naming the Office of the Rapti rural municipality, its Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Chief Administrative Officer as defendants.

Balaluddhin Khan of Gadhwa rural municipality, Gulam Ali Sahi from Rapti rural municipality-2, Abdul Mahajid from ward no 1 and Karma Singh KC from ward no 3 of the same rural municipality had filed the case on October 6 last year.

Meanwhile, Rapti rural municipality welcomed the court order and decided to take action against those slaughtering female livestock and selling unhygienic meat. Rural municipality Chairman Lokraj KC shared that they forwarded such policy because the meat traders were selling the she-buffalo meat claiming it to be of ‘he-buffalo.’ RSS

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