Congress workers Kerala consumed beef protest against Central Govt

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Congress workers Kerala consumed beef protest against Central Govt

eRumor made by – Internet and social media

Confirmation by Ayupp.com – REAL

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Congress consumed beef to protest against Govt actions to prevent slaughter of cows in Kerala.

Ayupp Analysis – This is real news and the congress workers have proven that they can go at any extend to eat their desire to eat beef. This incidence took place in Kannur in north Kerala where the youth activists of Congress party slaughtered a cow in public and cooked its meat and distributed in public. These people were charged under IPC Section 428 and section (ii) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960.

Hindustan Times has written one article about this news.

eRumor made by – Internet and social media

Confirmation by Ayupp.com – REAL

More Samples – 

Congress consumed beef to protest against Govt actions to prevent slaughter of cows in Kerala.

Ayupp Analysis – This is real news and the congress workers have proven that they can go at any extend to eat their desire to eat beef. This incidence took place in Kannur in north Kerala where the youth activists of Congress party slaughtered a cow in public and cooked its meat and distributed in public. These people were charged under IPC Section 428 and section (ii) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960.

Hindustan Times has written one article about this news.



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