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Hindus boycott McDonald’s for selling Halal Meat to customers in India

Indians Want To Boycott McDonald For Selling Halal Meat in India

 

McDonald’s has been caught in a row after it said that it said that it only serves Halal meat to its customers. The tweet ruffled a lot of feathers online with #boycottmcdonalds trending on Twitter in India.

The global fast-food chain was in the eye of the storm on Thursday when asked by a Twitter user if it serves halal meat to its customers. In response to the query, McDonald’s tweeted, “The meat that we use, across our restaurants is of the highest quality and is sourced from government-approved suppliers who are HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) certified.”

Hindus boycott McDonald's for selling Halal Meat to customers in India

Halal is the Islamic procedure of slaughter which can be carried out only by Muslims. The tweet infuriated many Hindus who took to Twitter to criticize the fast-food chain. Many questioned McDonald’s on why they serve halal meat in India where 80 per cent people are non-Muslims. Furthermore, a never-ending debate ensued on Twitter regarding halal and “jhatka” meat being served in Indian restaurants.

The entire controversy was stoked after a Twitter user @hibailyas89 asked McDonald’s India if its restaurants in India carry halal certification. McDonald’s India in response tweeted, “Thank you for taking the time to contact McDonald’s India. We truly appreciate this opportunity to respond to your comments.

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Hindus boycott McDonald's for selling Halal Meat to customers in India

The meat that we use, across our restaurants, is of the highest quality and is sourced from government-approved suppliers who are HACCP certified.”

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