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Just ‘halal’ meat for Indian cricketers causes a commotion; ‘Why no hamburger and pork?’ ask netizens

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) suggested halal-based meats for Indian cricketers in front of the initial Test against New Zealand at the Gren Park Stadium in Kanpur

A fascinating report broke out several days back when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) suggested halal-based meats for Indian cricketers in front of the initial Test against New Zealand at the Gren Park Stadium in Kanpur. According to PTI, the group inn menu has proposed that there would be no pork or hamburger.

Therefore, BCCI’s proposal has not gone down well with many. Numerous government officials took to their web-based media handles to scrutinize BCCI’s new direction and considered what wasn’t right with pork or hamburger. Gaurav Goel (BJP representative and promoter) has instructed for sure fire expulsion regarding something similar from BCCI.

Albeit the BCCI authorities shunned remarking on the issue, it is accepted that the group’s care staff and clinical group arranged the menu, remembering the group’s eating routine plans. There has been a steady discussion for ‘halal’ and ‘jhatka’ types of butcher. In the previous, the creature is drained to death, which is liked by the Muslims. In the last option, it is killed right away, as it is principally famous among Hindus and Sikhs.

Notwithstanding, a senior Indian cricketer confirmed that it has consistently been the situation, while it has never been recorded. He expressed that hamburger and pork were never served during his experience on matchdays, essentially in India. He likewise explained that hamburger and sheep contain extreme fat, and accordingly, chicken and fish are the favored decisions for cricketers because of them being wealthy in protein.

All things considered, chicken and sheep are the most favored decisions. In the non-veg menu, simmered chicken and sheep, sheep cleaves, murg (chicken) yakhni, marinated barbecued chicken, Goan fish curry, kebabs, and others are kept recorded.

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