BENGALURU: After the Legislative Council was adjourned on Tuesday with out transacting any enterprise following unruly scenes, the state government is contemplating promulgating an ordinance on the anti-cow slaughter Bill.“We will issue an ordinance,” Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister J C Madhu Swamy stated after the House was adjourned. “The ordinance will be issued anytime,” he added.
However, the Janata Dal (Secular) which had supported the government in getting the Karnataka Land Reforms Bill 2020 handed within the Council and had additionally prolonged its help to the ruling celebration efforts to oust the Council chairman, has made it clear that it’ll not help the cow Bill.The Bill prohibiting unlawful sale, buy and transportation of cattle, together with cow, calf and buffalo was handed within the meeting final week and it was to be tabled within the council on Tuesday by Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chavan.
It was a part of the day’s agenda however the House was adjourned. In an announcement issued earlier within the day (earlier than the council was adjourned), JDS supremo H D Deve Gowda reiterated his celebration stand on opposing the invoice. He stated it would create unrest within the society. The Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Cattle Preservation Act 1964 is already in place and it has provisions to punish those that violate it, Gowda stated.
He added that in 2010 the then BJP government had launched Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Bill-2010 that proposed to enhance the punishment and high-quality from one to seven instances protecting a neighborhood in thoughts and to goal them. It was referred to the President by the Governor and in 2013 after the change of government within the state, it was withdrawn.