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Cattle ban: Naidu says food is a personal choice

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In the backdrop of a raging debate on beef consumption, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. on Friday said food is a matter of choice and he himself is a strict non-vegetarian.

"I am a strict non-vegetarian. No one has ever told me to stop eating anything. Food is a personal choice," Naidu said.

Food preferences and people's fundamental right to choose what they eat came under the spotlight after the Centre's rules on cattle trade, which banned the buying and selling of cattle for slaughter at animal markets.

The Chief Ministers of Bengal and Kerala said the rule was interfering with people's food preferences.

Several 'beef parties' were held in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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In the backdrop of a raging debate on beef consumption, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. on Friday said food is a matter of choice and he himself is a strict non-vegetarian.

"I am a strict non-vegetarian. No one has ever told me to stop eating anything. Food is a personal choice," Naidu said.

Food preferences and people's fundamental right to choose what they eat came under the spotlight after the Centre's rules on cattle trade, which banned the buying and selling of cattle for slaughter at animal markets.

The Chief Ministers of Bengal and Kerala said the rule was interfering with people's food preferences.

Several 'beef parties' were held in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Cattle ban: Naidu says food is a personal choice

In the backdrop of a raging debate on beef consumption, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. on Friday said food is a matter of choice and he himself is a strict non-vegetarian.

"I am a strict non-vegetarian. No one has ever told me to stop eating anything. Food is a personal choice," Naidu said.

Food preferences and people's fundamental right to choose what they eat came under the spotlight after the Centre's rules on cattle trade, which banned the buying and selling of cattle for slaughter at animal markets.

The Chief Ministers of Bengal and Kerala said the rule was interfering with people's food preferences.

Several 'beef parties' were held in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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