Prime Minister Narendra Modi insists on Non-Vegetarian menu.

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congratulations to Prime Minister Modi for choosing the vegetarian
menu, one should eat and drink what one is comfortable with and making
that known is good.

Secondly, I question the integrity of the the statement made in behalf of Mr. Modi,  ” PMO respects the individual
freedom to have a non-vegetarian menu..” Could the same individual have said this, “The instructions are extended to
banquets hosted in the PM’s honour on foreign soil as well. (to have only vegetarian menu)”


Minister should not eat what he does not want to, but should he ask
others in foreign nations not to eat what they normally eat?

is prohibited for Jews and Muslims and they should not eat it,  but
should they ban the sale of pork to others, who eat it routinely? The
answer is no.

India should never follow lower standards of civility like
the Taliban Nation or ISIS, instead it should look up to the US
Standards where one can eat, drink, wear or believe whatever the hell
one wants to believe.

This sounds like the Prime Minister, “The
note discreetly suggests that the PMO respects the individual
freedom to have a non-vegetarian menu,” but the following addition is
the work of self appointed supporters of the Prime Minister, also known
as chamchas, “but this new protocol may please
be adopted while Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the government.”

civil laws of all nations, be it a rogue or free  have one thing in
common – the bad guy goes to prison or gets the chair or beheading, and
not his spouse, parents, siblings or kids, he bears the punishment
alone. The religions have also laid similar emphasis, that God will
punish the bad guy, and not his spouse, parents, siblings or kids.  No
one bears others’ burden. Hence, no one should impose their beliefs on

During the month of Ramadan, Saudi Arabia, a host to workers of many faiths, shuts down all the eateries in the nation making it difficult for others to eat. Should any one be responsible for your Karma? Or should the individual be responsible for his own karma?  What
concerns me is the fanatic fringe in India, and their  battle cry to ban the slaughter and
sale of beef to others, the infringement of the rights of others starts
here, those are not the signs of civility of nations. 


you eat should be “your” choice, and no human should have the right to
ban what
others eat or not eat, drink or not drink, wear or not wear, and believe
or not believe. India should
not become like the ISIS or Taliban guys, we should take pride in our
freedom, and religious people in particular should promote and encourage freedom and
not imposition. 

Mike Ghouse
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No non-veg menu at PM’s functions

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