Abattoirs and meat retailers will likely be closed in Bengaluru on Monday (Could 16) on the event of Buddha Purnima.
Abattoirs and meat retailers will likely be closed in Bengaluru on Monday (Could 16) on the event of Buddha Purnima. The BBMP has ordered an entire ban on the sale of meat on the day. BBMP’s information exhibits that 3000 licensed and three slaughterhouses operate within the metropolis however as a result of proliferation of unlawful meat homes the quantity might be larger.
Earlier, there was a hearsay that there’d be a meat ban on Could 3 (Eid) however the murmur was scotched by the BBMP which identified it wasn’t on the checklist of days when meat is banned.
The times on which sale of meat is banned in Bengaluru are:
- Martyrs’ Day (Jan 3)
- Mahashivratri (March 1)
- Sri Rama Navami (April 10)
- Mahaveer Jayanti (April 14)
- Buddha Purnima (Could 16)
- Krishna Janmasthami (August 19)
- Ganesh Chaturthi (August 31)
- Gandhi Jayanti (October 2)
- Sadhu Vaswani Jayanti (Nov 25)
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