Shocking, Cow Beef Is Openly Available In Mewat, Haryana...
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Shocking, Cow Beef Is Openly Available In Mewat, Haryana…

In Mewat, Haryana’s Muslim dominated region, cow beef is reportedly widely available. Cops say that, “cows are slaughtered in almost every house in Mewat, the reason for easy availability of beef biryani.” This is both sad as for Hindus – the cow is sacred, and shocking – because Haryana has amongst the most strict laws against cow slaughter where this is happening.

The cow beef vendors who sell biryani say, they can earn Rs. 3,000 to 3,500 per day. Regulars, all locals, prefer cow beef biryani to mutton and other beef. The police, government and Gau Rakshaks are aware. Many many FIRs have been files and surprise police raids have been conducted.

It is learnt that some activists from this area have filed cases in the Haryana high court claiming such food to be “traditional and religious“, – which must be a first.

Gau Rakshaks have not given up, but have committed to legally both fight this case and also go after the illegal slaughter business.

Source: India Today

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Dharma Means to Punish The Guilty... So Why the Wait?
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Dharma Means To Punish The Guilty… So Why The Wait?

To follow Dharma means to do the right thing regardless of the result. There are many clear cases of massive corruption  with adequate evidence of potential wrongdoing. Two examples include the allotment of prime five acres along the Gurugram-Faridabad Highway to the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust (RGCT) in Haryana by the previous Congress government. The trust is headed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other family members. The second case is the National Herald case in which corruption of more than 5,000 crores is alleged and there is ample evidence. So why are the NDA governments not taking the case forward? Are we not guided by dharma?

Source: Swarajyamag

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Captain Pawan
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CAPTAIN PAWAN KUMAR, JAT OF JNU – LOVED HIS COUNTRY AND DIED FOR IT

23-year-old Captain Pawan Kumar of the Special Forces, died while leading leading his team from the front, against terrorists holed up in Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir. An “inspiring leader”, who even after bf being injured in an earlier anti-terrorist operation, volunteered for more operations. He was a Jatt and a JNU degree holder – and all that mattered was love for the country and not any campus “azadi” calls or that of reservation demand by his community in Haryana.

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