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Meghalaya: “I eat beef, BJP has no problem”,Meghalaya party state chief Ernest Mawrie

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Meghalaya BJP state president Ernest Mawrie claims the saffron party has no restrictions on beef consumption. He went on to say that the BJP has no regard for caste, creed, or religion.

Speaking with media representatives Mawrie revealed that he eats beef and that the party has no objections to it.

“There is no issue in the BJP. The BJP has no regard for caste, creed, or religion. We can have whatever we want. It is our eating habit. Why should a political party object to it? “, Mawrie said.


He also stated that everyone in Meghalaya consumes beef and that there are no restrictions in the state.

“It’s our custom and culture,” he explained.

The Meghalaya BJP state president also discussed the BJP’s position on cow slaughter.

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Mawrie expressed confidence in the saffron party’s victory ahead of the state assembly elections, saying the party will field candidates for all 60 seats.

The party leaders are anticipating a strong showing, he said, adding that a triangular contest between the NPP and the UDP will take place in Meghalaya.

Also read: Assembly Elections 2023: Tripura to vote on February 16, Nagaland and Meghalaya on February 27

The Meghalaya Assembly Elections will be held on February 27, 2023, to elect all 60 members of the legislative assembly, with results expected on March 2.

The previous assembly elections were held in February 2018, and the state government was formed by a coalition led by the National People’s Party, with Conrad Sangma as Chief Minister.

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