Ahmedabad has decided to stop the non veg selling stalls from roads. The order has come for the stalls operating near the schools, colleges and places of religion.
However, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Bhupendra Patel has clearified that the government has no problem with the consumption of non veg by people.
He further said that strict actions can be taken against the street food vendors who are selling “unhygienic” food or their stall is affecting the traffic.
The Committee Chairman of Town Planning Committee of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, Devang Dani, said, “Stalls selling non-vegetarian items will not be allowed along public roads & in the 100-meter radius of schools, colleges & religious places, Town Planning Committee of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has decided. The execution will start tomorrow.”
This move is been decided after the demand of some people to remove carts from the road. The Bjp government has no problem with the people eating veg or non veg.
The CM said at a BJP programme at Bandhani village in Anand district, “Our only concern is that the food sold from food carts should not be unhygienic.”