Varanasi. The illegal business of giving ‘Halal Certificate’ has been banned in Uttar Pradesh. After taking cognizance of this business, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also issued a ban order on Saturday. Hindu organizations have greatly appreciated the Chief Minister’s order.
National spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Ramesh Shinde welcomed the Chief Minister’s order. He said that the Chief Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath, who created an ideal by making a law against ‘Love Jihad’, has now taken the initiative to stop the ongoing anti-national conspiracy through ‘Halal Jihad’. A complaint was registered at Hazratganj police station in Uttar Pradesh regarding illegal certification of those products in the name of ‘Halal certified’ products. The Chief Minister took cognizance of this complaint and took strict action.
Shinde demanded from the Central Government that the Central Government’s ‘Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’ i.e. ‘FSAI’ This government certification body and the ‘Food and Drug Administration’ i.e. ‘FDA’ of every state should cancel the registration of illegal institutions doing ‘Halal certification’ on religious basis, despite the existence of this system. He said that earlier only meat was available as ‘Halal’. Now ‘Halal Certification’ has started in many areas ranging from food items, medicines, cosmetics to housing complexes, tourism, malls etc.
He said that for the 14 percent Muslims living in India, ‘Halal certified’ products are being sold against their wishes to the 86 percent people of the remaining society (Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists etc.). This is very serious and is a kind of religious coercion. It is noteworthy that if any person or firm found manufacturing, storing, distributing and buying and selling Halal certified medicines, medical devices and cosmetics in the state of Uttar Pradesh, strict legal action will be taken against the concerned person or firm. However, products manufactured for export will not be subject to the restrictions.