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    Prayagraj. The Allahabad High Court’s comments are being discussed everywhere with the suggestion of declaring cattle as a national animal. Indeed, the High Court recently said that cows are an integral part of Indian culture and should be declared a national animal. The court said the central government should take steps to give the cow its basic rights and declare it a national animal and bring a bill in Parliament.

    High Court Judge Shekhar Kumar Yadav said this while hearing the bail application of Javed, who is accused under the Cow Slaughter Act, but denied bail. He said strict laws should be enacted to punish those who talk of harming cows.

    Praise the cow in the 12-page judgment
    Dismissing the accused’s bail plea, Judge Shekhar Kumar Yadav said in the 12-page judgment that cows have an important place in Indian culture and cows are considered as mothers in the country. He is worshiped as a deity. In the country, every sacrifice made in Yajna is given to the gods like Sun, Moon, Mars, Buddha, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, Ketu, Varuna, Vayu etc. and it rains due to this special power.

    What the judge said
    Swami Dayananda Saraswati says that a cow provides food for 400 people at a time in its lifetime and only 80 people fill their stomachs with its meat. During his reign, Punjab Keshari Maharaja Ranjit Singh enacted the death penalty for slaughtering cows. Scientists believe that there is only one animal, the cow, which takes in oxygen and gives off oxygen. Panchagavya which is prepared using cow’s milk, curd, ghee, urine, dung is useful in many incurable diseases.

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    Giving many examples including Srimad-Bhagavatam Gita
    Lord Krishna says in the Srimad-Bhagavatam Gita that I am the rainbow in the cow. Jesus Christ said that killing a cow or a bull is like killing a man. Bal Gangadhar Tilak said, even if you kill me, don’t touch the cow. Poet Raskhan said, if I am born again, then my father should be born in Nanda’s cow. Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya was in favor of a complete ban on cow slaughter. Maharshi Arvind also considered cow slaughter as a sin. Lord Buddha described the cow as a friend of man. The Jains call the cow heaven. Gandhiji associated the protection of cattle with God. With these issues in mind, cattle have been given a lot of importance in our country and there has been talk of its protection and development.

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    “Right to life over murder”
    He said that the right to life is above the right to kill and the right to eat beef can never be considered a fundamental right. The right to life cannot be taken away just for the sake of others. Fundamental rights Not only those who eat beef, but also those who worship cows and are financially dependent on cows have the right to live a meaningful life.

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