Kerala House beef row: Delhi Police should have shown restraint, says Chandy

27, Oct 2015

Biju Govind
Kozhikode, October 27, 2015
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Tuesday criticised the Delhi Police for carrying out “raids” at the Kerala House in the national capital last evening.
A team of the Delhi Police had gone to Kerala House following complaints from an activist of the Hindu Sena that cow meat was being served in its canteen. But it was found that the canteen served only buffalo meat which was named “beef” on its menu.
‘Will seek details from the Home Ministry’
Mr. Chandy told media persons in Kozhikode that he had not received any details about the incident. “I came to know about the raids from newspapers. The Delhi Police should have shown restraint.”
He also said that the Kerala House was the official Guest House of the State where the Chief Minister, Ministers and other dignitaries stay. “The police should have crosschecked before going ahead with the raids,” he said.


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