After Mumbai, Rajasthan imposed ban consumption of non-vegetarian food and now Ahmedabad has joined to queue
GN Bureau | September 11, 2015
An avalanche of ban on meat lead to a deluge of protest and outrage. And as expected, this was was mainly vented on Twitter, the outraged's favorite social media platform. Some of it was funny, in typical Twitter style while most of it was hard-hitting and critical. Here is how Indian Twitterati reacted to the multiple meat bans imposed .
Whole diverse nation is united when it comes to extreme stupidity, more states joining #meatban— Mayank Gorla (@Gorlamayank) September 11, 2015
Dal over 100 per kg, onion 70, upar se #meatban. Ab chalo langar.— Manish Pant (@mickeypant) September 11, 2015
In my memory this is the first time non-veg Hindus have been unapologetic about their right to choose what they eat. #meatban— Garv Se Secular (@GarvSeSecular) September 11, 2015
Let them eat whatever they want to. It is their life, their health, their problem. #MeatBan— Usha S (@S_ushaa) September 11, 2015
Mumbai: BMC calls for urgent general body meeting to discuss the #MeatBan controversy.— Deep Sojitra (@Sojitra_Deep) September 11, 2015
Appeasing a minority of Just 4M. For the sake of 138M is definitely not a good Idea and tht too when they are nt even VoteBank #meatban— Shaikh Zafar (@ZafarSEO) September 11, 2015
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