Haridwar: Terming those who massacre cows as a country’s biggest enemies, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Thursday pronounced they had “no right to live in a country”.
“Anyone who kills cows, no matter that village he belongs to is India’s biggest rivalry and has no right to live in a country,” Rawat, who belongs to a Congress party, pronounced while addressing a duty on a arise of Gopashtami in Haridwar on Thursday.
Law will understanding sternly with those who kill cows in Uttarakhand and a state supervision will do all for cow conservation, a CM said.
He pronounced a state supervision has already upheld a offer opposite cow slaughter.
He pronounced Uttarakhand is a usually state that gives not usually land for cowsheds though also helps in arranging for their fodder.