"So we are withdrawing our strike and the supplies will resume from tomorrow," Bepari said.
Beef traders were on strike for the last four days as a result of which the coastal state faced a scarcity of beef.
Gau Raksha Abhiyaan, an NGO, had targeted trucks carrying beef from Karnataka, claiming that animals are slaughtered in illegal slaughterhouses across the state border.
"This is because the government wants to satisfy its bosses in the RSS," Sardinha told a press conference.
Beef was a staple food in the coastal state and part of the cuisine of the minority communities, he said.
According to Bepari, around 25 tonnes of beef is brought to Goa from Belagavi every day.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) alleged that the "beef crisis" was being created to divert the attention of people from controversies like the Mahadeyi river water sharing and coal pollution.
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