New Delhi, April 12: The country has been divided into two factions over the controversial topic of cow slaughter ban in the nation. Also, the anti-cow slaughter faction is getting support from many Muslims, which has come as a positive impact for the Yogi rule.
Addressing protesters at a rally organised by the AMUSU at the District Collectorate today, its president Faizul Hasan said, "We would support any move made by the Central government to impose such a ban keeping in view the sentiments of Hindu brethren."
Hasan asked for a "complete ban" on such slaughter houses not only in Uttar Pradesh but across the country.
"Hasan said he would also support a "complete ban" on the closure of all export-based slaughterhouses and a total ban on all import and export of bovine meat, including buffalo meat because it was leading to an unnecessary internal tension between different communities in the country," wrote PTI.
Cow slaughter and cow vigilantes slaughtering people have become a cause of communal hatred in the nation. Recently, a Muslim named Pehlu Khan was killed in Rajasthan by a group of cow vigilantes.
However, a large number of Muslims have come forward to support the idea of Hindu's religious norms including AMUSU.
The AMUSU presented a memorandum addressed to President Pranab Mukherjee to the Additional City Magistrate demanding fast-track court trials of the cases of violence involving cow vigilantes.
The memorandum stated that country needs to "take urgent notice of non-State actors spreading terror" and threatening the peace of the land in the guise of cow protection.