On Wednesday, the BJP in Meghalaya told the party is expectant more resignations in the Garo Hills region in the upcoming days over a row over the beef ban. Earlier, the North Garo Hills district BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) President Bachu Marak resigned from the party.
“More people are presumed to resign from the party in the upcoming days, remarkably in the Garo Hills, for their anti-party activities,” said BJP general secretary Bashailang Khongwir said PTI. On Monday Manipur CM N Biren Singh had already told media persons that the state’s first BJP-led government wouldn’t begin any notification which would disregard people’s food habits.
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He announced people come and go and it is only independent to let go and accept those who distribute the ideology of the party. On Wednesday the allegation came in the wake of statements of other resignation, that of a BJP youth leader in the western Garo Hills region.
Three BJP members have submissive from the party over the beef prohibition row. The BJP district youth president Tura city Wilver Greham Danggo submissive his post, according to the statement. Danggo critiqued the Centre’s proclamation on cruelty to animals, which he appellate “is focused” on the issue of cow slaughter.
His Resignation letter stated,
“Banning killing means banning beef, as we cannot eat beef without killing the animals,”
The report BJP leadership has, however, rejected having any information with commendations to Danggo’s resignation. BJP report youth president Egenstar Kurkalang told he is yet to buy any letter from Danggo. Beef. Bharatiya Janata Party’s North Garo Hills district president in Meghalaya, Bachu C Marak (centre) who came out the party.
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Danggo’s departure will be the third in the North Garo Hills and Garo Hills after West Garo Hills district presidents put in their documents in the last week over the issue. Both had plugged on their respective Facebook pages that they may co-host a beef and be bitching (rice beer) party later this week in protest against the Centre’s current notification on cow slaughter.