Halal Certified Products Ban: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken a big decision. CM Yogi has banned products with Halal certificate in the state. Yogi government has also issued an order in this regard. At the same time, the government believes that illegal business is being done through this. Apart from this, terrorist organizations and anti-national activities are being funded through illegal earnings in the name of Halal certification.
According to the order issued by the government of CM Yogi Adityanath, now the manufacturing, storage, distribution and sale of products with Halal certificate has been banned in the state with immediate effect. In fact, the government had received a complaint that some companies were selling everyday essential products after getting them certified as Halal. After which the government has taken a big decision.
What does Halal product mean?
Halal certified means that the products are accepted according to Islamic law. Halal certified products provide Muslim consumers with confidence that the products they consume are in line with their culture and beliefs. There are approximately 2 billion Muslims worldwide, of whom approximately 4 million live in the Americas. Halal certified products are sold extensively in the US and also reach across the world. Now the demand for Halal has started increasing and Halal products are sold on a large scale in India also.
Why did this become an issue?
FIR has been registered against the companies providing Halal certificate in the state. CM Yogi Adityanath took this entire matter seriously and asked the police to take major action. CM Yogi has now banned products related to Halal certification.
What is Halal Certificate?
Let us tell you that there used to be Halal certificate for non-veg products. Till 1993, Halal certificate was given only to meat products, but later it started being applied to beauty products and medicines also. Companies are getting their products Halal certified, so that their products can be exported to Islamic countries. The halal food market accounts for about 19 percent of the global food market. From halal foods to cosmetics, another term is halal tourism. In this, hotels and restaurants do not serve alcohol and only Halal-certified food is served in their restaurants.
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