VHP Outraged As Kerala Tourism Promotes Local Beef Delicacy; Demands Action From Centre

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VHP leader Vinod Bansal criticized a tweet by Kerala Tourism about a beef dish while promoting delicacies of the state, saying that it hurts Hindu sentiments

Written By Gloria Methri | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Vinod Bansal on Thursday criticized a tweet by Kerala Tourism promoting a local beef delicacy. Bansal said that the tweet hurts the sentiments of crores of Hindus who worship cows and sought action from Home Minister Amit Shah, as well MoS of Culture and Tourism Prahlad Patel against the Kerala tourism department. 

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Here's the post by Kerala Tourism:

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The debate over beef in Keraka is hardly a new one, with numerous flashpoints taking place in the last few years. Among these was a 2017 controversy that witnessed beef being served for breakfast in the state assembly as the MLAs protested against a new notification by Centre regarding illegal slaughter of cows. 

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