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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Petition to ban meat export


India is a non-violent country. It is the nation of Lord Mahavira, Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi. Our morality compels us not to slaughter any animal. However, the sad truth is that India is exporting huge quantity of meat and slaughtering millions of cattle and other animals for the purpose.

Government of India, in a recent press release, asked common people for their opinions about meat export. Jain Acharya Ratna Sundar Suri is trying his best to ban meat export where as Muni Maitriprabh Sagar  has  devoted himself for the purpose. He sat on Anshan several times against slaughter houses.

Indian constitution bars slaughter of  healthy and productive cattle. On the contrary, meat importing countries have a mandate of importing meat of healthy animals only.  Hence, exporting cattle meat is clearly against the constitution and should be banned.

It is better for us to send as many as possible letters, Emails etc to the authority concerned to protect and propagate Ahimsa, the key value of our religion. 

Please write a letter or just E-mail Rajyasabha Secretariat to ban meat export from India addressing the following.

To,
Shri R.P.Tiwari
Deputy Director,
Rajya Sabha Secretariat
Parliament House Annexe
New Delhi 110001

Subject: Petition praying review of Meat export policy

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Rajasthan, India
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Monday, July 8, 2013

Theft of Jain idols at Mudbidri


Gemstone idol stolen from mudbidri, karnataka
Theft of Jain idols from Mudbidri
I have got an email attachment which says that some thieves have stolen gemstone idols of Jain Tirthankara from Mudbidri, Karnataka. Thieves stolen this in planned way cutting all security equipment with gas cylinders.

This is an attack on the faith of Jain and community will take it seriously. Jain community is a leading community in India living peacefully. Both the state and central government are requested to refer the matter as urgent and take it in their priority list.

Similar incident happened in Chintamani temple, Azimganj in 1990s. I met SB Chavan, the then Union Home Minister who took the matter seriously. Some of the idols were recovered. However, most of the idols could not be recovered after all efforts.

Vardhaman Infotech
A leading IT company in Jaipur 
Rajasthan, India
E-mail: info@vardhamaninfotech.com 
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