Cutting cow beef in secrecy of house at best a law and order issue, not public order issue: Allahabad High Court quashes NSA detention

In this case, the Court observed that the act of cutting cow beef in the secrecy of one's own house in the wee hours of the day was probably because of poverty or hunger, and was at best a law and order issue.
Allahabad High Court
Allahabad High Court National Security Act, Cow

The Allahabad High Court recently observed that the cutting up of beef/ cow meat pieces “in the secrecy of one’s house”, which may be on account of poverty and hunger, would at best be described as a law and order issue and not a public order issue to warrant detention under the National Security Act (NSA). [Parvez and Others v. State of UP]

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