The Maharashtra Animal Preservation Act and the farmer’s burden

The people of Maharashtra can now consume beef, provided it is slaughtered outside the state. That is the major takeaway from Friday’s judgement of the Bombay High Court. But is that all the Maharashtra Animal Preservation Act of 1976, and the amendments that followed was about? The answer is an unequivocal “No!”

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