Ahmedabad bans non-veg food stalls from main roads

Chief Minister of Gujrat, Bhupendra Patel stated that the state government doesn’t have any issue with people eating non-veg food.

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New Delhi: Ahmedabad has been the first city to ban non-vegetarian food stalls off public roads. The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, being ruled by BJP has decided to forbid the non-veg stalls from main roads and those who are selling within a radius of 100-meters from schools, colleges and religious places.

Chief Minister of Gujrat, Bhupendra Patel stated that the state government doesn’t have any issue with people eating non-veg food.

Although strict actions will be taken against the street food sellers and are serving “unhygienic” food or if somehow disturbing the traffic on the roads, Patel cited.

The BJP government doesn’t have any problem with people eating anything as some people eat veg food and some eat non-veg. There have been several demands to remove carts from the city roads due to obstructed traffic in the city.

“Our only concern is that the food sold from food carts should not be unhygienic,” Bhupendra Patel said at Bandhani village at a BJP campaign.

Local municipal corporations or municipalities took the decision to remove food selling carts if the traffic is obstructed on the city’s main roads.

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