Ahead of Bakrid, animal sacrifice prohibited in public in Ahmedabad, Surat

First Published 27, Jul 2020, 1:57 PM

The ban of animal sacrifice is necessary in the wake of the coronavirus situation, the orders said in Ahmedabad and Surat, ahead of Bakrid
 

<p>Days ahead of Bakrid, the police commissioners of Ahmedabad and Surat in Gujarat have issued orders prohibiting animal sacrifice in public places and at private places where it would be visible to the public.</p>

Days ahead of Bakrid, the police commissioners of Ahmedabad and Surat in Gujarat have issued orders prohibiting animal sacrifice in public places and at private places where it would be visible to the public.

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The notifications, having similar content, were issued on Sunday (July 26) by Ahmedabad Police commissioner Ashish Bhatia and his Surat counterpart RB Brahmbhatt.</p>


The notifications, having similar content, were issued on Sunday (July 26) by Ahmedabad Police commissioner Ashish Bhatia and his Surat counterpart RB Brahmbhatt.

<p>The notifications, issued to maintain law and order under section 144 of the CrPC, "prohibit animal sacrifice on Eid-al-Adha, to be celebrated on August 1, at public places and at private places where it would be visible to the public." Such public sacrifice would "hurt sentiments of people of other faiths and it would disrupt communal harmony," the notifications said.<br />
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The notifications, issued to maintain law and order under section 144 of the CrPC, "prohibit animal sacrifice on Eid-al-Adha, to be celebrated on August 1, at public places and at private places where it would be visible to the public." Such public sacrifice would "hurt sentiments of people of other faiths and it would disrupt communal harmony," the notifications said.
 

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The ban is necessary in the wake of the coronavirus situation, the orders said.</p>

<p>The notifications also put a ban on decorating animals and taking out their procession ahead of the ritual of sacrifice.</p>

<p>People have also been barred from throwing animal remains in public after the ritual.<br />
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The ban is necessary in the wake of the coronavirus situation, the orders said.

The notifications also put a ban on decorating animals and taking out their procession ahead of the ritual of sacrifice.

People have also been barred from throwing animal remains in public after the ritual.
 

<p>During the festival, people must wear mask and maintain social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, the two notifications said, adding that those found violating the orders will be booked under Indian Penal Code (IPC) Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant).</p>

During the festival, people must wear mask and maintain social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, the two notifications said, adding that those found violating the orders will be booked under Indian Penal Code (IPC) Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant).

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