Lucknow. An FIR has been registered in the Halal case in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. Yogi government of UP has become strict regarding Halal Certification. A ban may be imposed on the sale of products related to Halal certification in Uttar Pradesh. According to media reports, an FIR has been lodged in Hazratganj, Lucknow against many companies and institutions regarding Halal Certification.
On the complaint of Shailendra Sharma, a case has been registered in Hazratganj Kotwali against companies selling products after giving Halal Certification. FIR has been registered against Halal India Private Limited Chennai, Jamiat Ulema Hind Halal Trust Delhi, Halala Council of India Mumbai, Jamiat Ulema Maharashtra Mumbai and unknown companies selling goods after providing Halal Certification.
According to media reports, it has been said in the FIR that some companies like Halal India Pvt. Ltd. Chennai, Jamiat Ulema Hind Halal Trust Delhi, Halal Council of India Mumbai, Jamiat Ulema Maharashtra Mumbai, etc., provide food to customers of a particular religion in the name of that religion. Halal certificates are being issued for various products by deceiving some products by giving them financial benefits to increase their sales.
It is written in the FIR that such products can be seen in the markets across the state, which is a violation of public trust. This is being done using forged certificates without any forged documents and the prescribed standards are also not being followed.
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According to media reports, in the FIR lodged by Shailendra Kumar Sharma, it has been said that I suspect that this unfair advantage is being extended to anti-social/anti-national elements. Thus, an anti-social conspiracy is being hatched against a particular community and their products. Even Halal certificate is being given for the sale of vegetarian products like cosmetics, oils, soaps, toothpaste etc. Whereas no such certificate is required on vegetarian items.
What is Halal Certification?
In Islamic theology, the things which are declared Haram are prohibited, whereas the things which are declared Halal are allowed to be done. According to Islamic beliefs, Halal applies to the manufacturing process of food items and the slaughter of animals. Halal certified means that a particular product has been prepared in accordance with Islamic beliefs. Many companies put the stamp of Halal Certified on their products.