Mixed reactions on Kerala House beef controversy

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New Delhi/ Kochi, Oct 27 (ANI): After rumours of beef being served at Kerala House in New Delhi and subsequent complaint lodged by Hindu Sena activist Vishnu Gupta with the Delhi Police, Kerala Fisheries, Ports and Excise Minister K. Babu said there was no ban on the sale of ‘beef curry’, but on ‘beef’. Congress leader Tom Vadakkan said no beef was served, and the controversy was just an attempt to eventually jeopardise the fundamental rights of an individual. BJP leader Siddharth Nath Singh said the Delhi police followed the procedure and discharged their duties. CPI leader Brinda Karat said the sale of buffalo meat was not banned; hence, it was absolutely wrong on the part of the Delhi police to take such an action. CPM leader A Sampath said it was his personal predilection to have non-vegetarian food.

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