Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel on Monday stated the state authorities has no challenge with diverse foodstuff habits of persons, an assertion coming amidst the demand from customers for removal of non-vegetarian food stuff carts from streets in a variety of metropolitan areas.
On the other hand, Mr Patel mentioned, motion can be taken in opposition to street food carts that are providing “unhygienic” food stuff or if they are obstructing targeted traffic on city roadways.
“Some folks consume vegetarian food, some individuals consume non-vegetarian foodstuff, the BJP federal government does not have any trouble with it. There have been demands to get rid of individual ‘larries’ (carts) from the street.
“Our only problem is that, the food marketed from food items carts really should not be unhygienic,” Mr Patel claimed, addressing a BJP programme at Bandhani village in Anand district.
The Chief Minister claimed local civic bodies just take choices on taking away meals carts if they hamper street visitors.
“Local municipal businesses or municipalities acquire selections to clear away food carts. They can do so if they are obstructing traffic on town roads,” he said.
The Main Minister’s clarification arrived in the backdrop of nearby BJP leaders demanding removing of non-vegetarian food stuff carts from roads in diverse cities of Gujarat.
In Ahmedabad, the municipal company dominated by the BJP has decided to eliminate non-veg meals stalls from community streets and people working 100 metre from educational facilities and religious places.
The demand from customers for removal of non-veg food stuff carts from community sites have also arrive from metropolitan areas like Vadodara, Rajkot and Dwarka.
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