- Now even in Ahmedabad, lorries of meat, fish and eggs are banned
- Earlier, it was banned in Rajkot, Vadodara and Bhavnagar
- In Ahmedabad, lorries cannot be parked within 100 meters at places like public roads, temples, gardens After Rajkot, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, now even in Ahmedabad, lorries of meat, mutton, fish and eggs have been banned in public. A decision was taken at a meeting of the Town Planning Committee on Monday to stop non-veg lorries parked within a 100-meter radius of all public roads, temples, gardens and halls in Ahmedabad city. Not only that, but action will be taken against the sale of meat, mutton, fish or eggs in unlicensed shops. On the other hand, earlier Muni. According to the resolution passed in the standing committee, a clear provision has been made that such lorries should not be parked on public roads. At today’s meeting, the estate department was clearly instructed to stop such lorries from being sold in public places. Those who do not have a proper license will come to Tawai in front of all the shops from tomorrow. “In Gujarat 40% people eat non veg, 38.2% women eat meat, eggs”
- According to the 2014 findings of the Census Sample Registration System Survey, 40% of the people in Gujarat are non-vegetarians. Of these, 39.9 per cent men and 38.2 per cent women eat non-veg.
- The people of Gujarat are ahead of the people of Haryana, Rajasthan and Punjab in terms of non-veg eating. The percentage of non-veg eaters in the country is 71%. According to the 2014 survey, 98.7 per cent of the people in Telangana are non-vegetarians. “Why ban? Muni’s answer: People’s taste is violated”
Dewang Dani, chairman of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation’s Town Planning and Estate Committee, said the ban on non-veg lorries was a violation of public order due to meat, mutton, fish and egg lorries plying on public roads in the city. Its citizens are having trouble getting out because of its ugliness. “Rule: Meat, mutton should not be seen in public, even if licensed”
In Ahmedabad, even if the shops selling meat, mutton, fish or eggs have licenses, they will not be able to keep such items in public. If such shops keep meat, mutton, fish, eggs visible to the public, they will be instructed for the first time to keep all such items in such a way that they will not be visible to the public, if the instruction is not followed the shop will be sealed. The sale in the shop should be of closed body. “Daily sale of 18 lakh eggs in Ahmedabad alone”
About 18 lakh eggs are sold daily in Ahmedabad city. Not only this, with the onset of cold weather, egg sales in the city also increase. Not only that but about 200 tons of chicken mutton i.e. 1.70 lakh to 2 lakh chickens are sold daily.