influencing whom. But there is a subtle difference in the anti-beef campaign in India and in Myanmar. In India, the BJP government is seeking to ban consumption of beef and cow slaughter in many states.
But in Myanmar, the campaign is led by a powerful Buddhist nationalist Ma Ba Tha (or Association for the Protection of Race and Religion). For those not aware, this is a saffron organization of diehard Buddhist monks who believe Islam is threatening Myanmar’s Buddhism.
Unlike in India, the government is not stepping in with a legal ban. It is leaving it to the saffron storm troopers to enforce it.
Cattles are always held sacred by the Iranians. Cow slaughter is a crime deserving capital punishment among them. Many Iranian descendants understood this and start revering cows again and stop her slaughter.
So in every nation, the beef ban has a strong reason to tell us. Some are banning it to raise the number of cattle. Some others banned it but the government has not yet released any statement of banning beef all over the country.
The slaughter of livestock in Australia is subject to strict regulations which require animals to be killed as humanely as possible, and it’s the industry’s best interest to do so. In 2015, Market information and Livestock Australia conducted a survey and found that 170,000 cattle are being killed each week and the country is on track to kill nine million head for beef in 2015. Even though there are regulations, the country is supporting cattle slaughtering. The numbers show that beef farmers have been cashing in on high prices and selling their herds instead of rebuilding them.
There are people like Sue Surman who are fighting against this cattle slaughtering. Through her Social media pages, she is