Karnataka bans animal slaughter, sale of meat on Ganesh Chaturth

The Bengaluru civic agency had issued another set of guidelines

Days ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) issued fresh guidelines and banned the slaughter of animals and sale of meat on the occasion.

 

The Bengaluru civic agency had issued another set of guidelines and had permitted only three-day Ganesha Pooja celebrations in the city in public places from September 10.

 

Issuing the order, BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta said that the Ganesha festival will not be allowed for more than three days in Bengaluru city and there should not be any procession while bringing the idol or during immersion.

 

The guidelines, Gaurav Gupta said the BBMP had last year permitted Ganesha festival for three days, which will continue this year as well.

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