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BJP never said that beef cannot be eaten, says Modi's new minister

BJP never said that beef cannot be eaten, says Modi's new minister
On the first day in his new office as tourism minister, bureaucrat-turned-politician Alphons Kannanthanam touched upon the controversial issue of beef, saying it would continue to be consumed in Kerala. The 1979 Kerala cadre officer said that the Bharatiya Janata Party had never said that beef cannot be eaten. "As Goa chief minister, Manohar Parrikar has said that beef will be consumed in the state. Similarly, it will be consumed in Kerala," he said.   "The BJP does not mandate that beef ...
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