MakeMyTrip co-founder says he doesn’t want to be Hindu if he can’t eat beef!


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MakeMyTrip co-founder stirs hornet’s nest

reich durch binäre optionen Amidst the heated debate about beef in India, the co-founder of, an online travel agent, said that he does not want to be Hindu if he is denied his right to beef. His statements come at a time when MakeMyTrip is facing severe competition from other market players, and could well lead to the travel agent facing a social boycott call.

phrase pour site de rencontre Keyur Joshi, the co-founder of the online portal had taken his concern to Twitter and Tweeted against the beef ban imposed by the Central Government. “#beefban if Hinduism takes away right to choice of food, i rather not be a Hindu. @narendramodi @BJP4India cant decide what people eat,” Keyur had Tweeted from his Twitter id @@KeyurJoshi_ on 29th May.

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site de rencontre gratuit 34000 In a follow up Tweet, Keyur Tweeted once again, “#beefban I cannot believe @narendramodi is now sitting on people’s dinning table. अगर मोदी नहीं बदलेगा तो देश मोदी को बदलेगा. @BJP4India.” He also Tweeted that he although he is a vegetarian himself, he will now eat beef just to oppose the move by the Central Government. Keyur had made these statements in light of the severe opposition to Congress workers in Kerala slaughtering a cow in full public view just to protest the Central Government. However, what is ironical is that the MakeMyTrip founder doesn’t seem to understand what exactly lakhs of Indian are protesting against. Although he is entitles to his beef, he got all his facts wrong. Firstly, the Government did not impose a ban on beef, but on slaughter of cows.

He has got his facts extremely wrong! He doesn’t seem to understand that the people of India are protesting against the inhumane manner in which the cow was slaughtered in public view. Moreover, people are mainly against slaughter of cow. Beef under the other hand, includes several other buff meat. In fact, the Government just highlighted the law as mentioned in Articel 48 of the Indian constitution, which reads, “Organisation of agriculture and animal husbandry The State shall endeavour to organise agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines and shall, in particular, take steps for preserving and improving the breeds, and prohibiting the slaughter, of cows and calves and other milch and draught cattle.”


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