Yes cow slaughter can be totally stop by law only we have to highlight certain point
---We should ask the definition of secularism to the ministers --- Please call a press meetingin that ask about the definition of secularism.
it was defined by supreme court in S R Bommai V/S union of India secular in India means to respect all religion. Then secondquestion by killing cow you are disrespecting Hindu.
---secularism is the basic feature(PREAMBLE OF THE CONSTITUTION) of the country ---and in a secular constitution ban on cow slaughter should be fundamental right not under article 48 (BANN ON COWSLAUGHTER SHOULD BE REMOVE FROM ARTICLE 48)
---once it will come tofundamental right no one can kill cow. ---on demolition of a structure state government can be removed in the same way state government can be asked if it is under fundamental right.The word secular was added in constitution of India in 42 amendment in 1972 so it should be a secular state.
if any judgment come for Bann on cow slaughter it will be implementedonly for that case because the ban on cow slaughter is under article 48 (this is directive principle and it will be depending on state government)if we can prove it against the basicnature of constitution then it can stop.
Respected sir, Now a days all the leader are using a word secular but nobody is secular in India.the word secular added in the preamble of our constitution after 42 amendment in 1972 butthe word secular is not been defined.
our supreme court defined secular in India meansnot anti religion but to respect all the religion equally in S R Bommai v/s union of India case
. but our leader took it as respect religion of the vote bank only. so nobodyincluding (cong. and CPM) is secular. when on the demolition of a structure state govt. is been removed and everybody is claiming one party as anti secular But for Hindu
cow is a god and Hindu
respect like god. On the slaughter of cow why allthe party are silent. Kerala and west Bengal is very much encouraging cow slaughter no body dare to remove the government of these two states. Then where is the word secular gone I request you to ask leaders the definition of secularism. Because of the attitude of our leaders the gap between two communities is increasing no one dare to talk to ban on cowslaughter.So slaughter is in article 48 of our constitution, that is a directive principle so if stategovernment want they can allow cow slaughter. Are they secular? When the word secular added in the constitution article 48 should remove and ban on cow slaughter should comeas fundamental right. sir there is no doubt even to court that cow is most sacred animal for Hindu. No one dare to show any debate in this issue but by showing the matter and after a healthydebate cow slaughter can be banned and gap between two community can be reduce. Irequest to call me for more detail or give me your number.