New Delhi/Trivandrum, Oct 28 (ANI): Buffalo meat returned to the menu of Kerala House canteen in New Delhi on Wednesday, a day after its sale was stopped following a police raid at the premise. A PCR call was made by a person claiming to belong to Hindu Sena on Monday evening complaining that beef was being served at Kerala House’s canteen to which Delhi Police personnel rushed to the premises. The Kerala House dismissed allegations that beef curry was served in the canteen, saying that only buffalo meat, commonly referred to as beef by many, was offered. The management, however, revised the menu and took buffalo meat off the menu on Tuesday. Buffalo meat dishes returned to the canteen’s menu on Wednesday after Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and lawmakers from the state protested the police action. A customer, Yahiya, opined that the management’s decision to write the dishes made of buffalo meat in regional Malayalam language created the confusion. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, an agitated Chandy had condemned the Delhi Police raid at the guest house and accused it of not following the due procedure.
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