Eating places and outlets in north Delhi will now should “mandatorily” show whether or not the meat being offered or served is halal or jhatka because the BJP-led North Delhi Municipal Company on Tuesday cleared a proposal on this regard, its mayor stated. The proposal was just lately moved by the Standing Committee of the NDMC. North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash stated the Home “cleared the proposal in its assembly immediately”.
“So, eating places and outlets in north Delhi will now should mandatorily show whether or not the meat being offered or served is halal or jhatka,” he stated.
‘Jhatka’ technique is one by which an animal is slaughtered in a single go, whereas within the ‘halal’ technique, an animal is allowed to die after reducing a vein.
North Delhi has numerous eateries, eating places and streetside outlets promoting or serving non-vegetarian meals gadgets, distinguished locations being Chandni Chowk, Daryaganj and Kashmere Gate.
An analogous proposal was cleared by the Home of the BJP-led South Delhi Municipal Company in late January.
Eating places and outlets in markets in areas like Defence Colony, Amar Colony, Sarojini Nagar, South Extension, and INA promote non-vegetarian gadgets.
Officers had earlier stated eating places and meat outlets should “show clearly and visibly” whether or not they’re serving halal or jhatka.
(With PTI inputs)