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    Special Report: Ban on meat sale in Mathura affects livelihood

    Mathura / Uttar Pradesh: Several business establishment were affected after Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath imposed ban on meat and liquor sale in 10 sq/kms radius of Mathura-Vrindavan few months ago. We reached out to the people whose livelihood was depended on selling meat in the locality. Their plight couldn’t go unheard as they’re now struggling to meet the end needs.

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    In August this year, Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath imposed ban on meat and liquor sale in 10 sq/kms radius of Mathura-Vrindavan declaring it as pilgrimage site. He claimed that the decision was taken on demands of saints and local political representatives of the Braj region (Mathura-Vrindavan) who sought a ban on the sale of alcohol and non-vegetarian food.

    CM Yogi said that those involved in the trade of alcohol and meat should take up selling milk and bring back the ancient glory of the Holy City. “Every effort will be made to develop Brij Bhumi and there will be no dearth of funds for this. We are looking at a blend of modern technology and the cultural and spiritual heritage for the development of the region,” he said.

    During public meeting organized at Baba Kinaram Inter College ground in Ramgarh area of Sakaldiha in Chandauli district on 5th December, CM Yogi said: “Had they understood the definition of family, they would not have made personal attacks on me on the issue of family. For me, the entire 25 crore population is my family and I work for their development,”

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