Beef and cow slaughter is already a big issue in the country. Recently former defense Minister and current Goa CM Manohar Parrikar has given a controversial statement over beef.

Controversial statement of Parrikar

  • In a statement by Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, he says that the union territory will never face shortage in beef production.
  • In addition to which Parrikar said that if the UT faces any kind of reduction in beef production, it will then be imported from Karnataka.
  • He presented this statement at Goa Vidhan Sabha.
  • In addition he said that the meat is still imported from Belgam so as to ensure that the UT never lacks in meat.
  • He said the above as a reply to BJP MLA Nilesh Kabral.
  • He said that he’ll ensure that the imported beef is well tested by authorized doctor before bringing it to markets.

Daily Production of 2000kg Beef:

  • Parrikar also informed about Ponda Situated Goa Meat Complex.
  • In addition he said that it is the only authorized slaughter house in the UT.
  • Furthermore it produces around 2000 kg beef daily.
  • The rest of the beef is supplied by Karnataka.
  • The government has no intention of banning the import of animals for slaughter from other states.
  • Most noteworthy is the fact the in backward regions of Goa, Beef is eaten on a regular basis.
  • The backward classes of Goa constitute almost 30% of the total population of the Union territory.


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