The hijab season was just off and now the country is in a frenzy about halal meat. The special thing is that many politicians have also come down on this issue and are keeping this matter confined to themselves. Minister in Narendra Modi government Shobha Karandlaje has clarified that Hindus in the country should not use Halal meat as it is meant for only one section of the society.
The Union Minister says that the second class should eat Halal meat, we have no objection but no one should force it. Not only ministers, people from both the parties are seen discussing this issue on social media. In such a situation, the question will be in your mind that what is the season of Halal and what is the difference between Jatka and Halal meat? I’ll tell you
Halal is an Arabic word and according to Islam Muslims can eat meat only after killing animals. The process of Halala is also slightly different. In this procedure, when the animal is slaughtered for meat, its cervical vein and trachea are cut. Before this a dua is also recited using a knife and there is a possibility of bleeding the animal after using the knife. When an animal dies, its share is given. It is also called Jiba in Islam. On Bakrid, the people of the Muslim community sacrifice only goats and sheep in a halal manner.
At the same time, when an animal bites, in this process the sharp weapon is directly hit on its neck. Doing so kills the animal in seconds and is said to reduce pain and suffering. It is also called shock because the neck is separated from the body due to the shock.