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    Former Energy Minister and Karkala MLA, Sunil Kumar, criticized Animal Husbandry Minister K Venkatesh for questioning the slaughter of cows. He said that the Congress party lacks reverence for cows and love for the nation. The Congress had stated before the assembly election that they intended to repeal the Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act, 2020. The BJP will actively oppose this, said Sunil Kumar.

    He also pointed out that when the BJP was in power, they sought people’s opinions and passed the law accordingly. But the Congress party strongly opposed it at that time. Now he criticized Congress leaders for their sudden change in stance and warned that such actions may lead to public anger. The existing law already prohibits the slaughter of cows below the age of 12 years. But the new Congress government is making announcements that do not align with the interests of the people.

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    Sunil Kumar mentioned examples such as the state’s Education Minister’s intention to revise textbooks and another minister’s plan to ban the Bajrang Dal organization. He argued that within just 15 days of coming to power, the true motives of the Congress government are being revealed. Sunil Kumar concluded by asserting that the BJP will strongly resist any such attempts by the Congress government.

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