Beef coming to state examined at the point of sale by competent authority: CM

The total quantity procured by beef dealers in the past six months is 388 tonnes, says CM

Goemkarponn desk
PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant informed that the beef coming to the state was examined at the point of sale by the competent authority appointed under the Animal Preservation Act 1995 and approved for sale only if found hygienic.
CM also said that 2120 kg of beef is received from Karnataka State for consumption on a daily basis.
“The beef is examined at the point of sale by the competent authority appointed under the Animal Preservation Act 1995 and approved for sale only if found hygienic.  On average, based on the meat inspection charges collected by the competent authorities, 2120 kg of beef is received from Karnataka State for consumption on a daily basis,” said CM Sawant.
He further said that the selling price per tonne ranges from Rs. 3.27 lakhs to Rs. 3.75 lakhs, and the total quantity procured by beef dealers in the past six months is 388 tonnes.
“The Goa Meat Complex Ltd. provides service facilities of Slaughtering the Animals most scientifically under Hygienic conditions by carrying out Ante-Mortem and Post-Mortem examination at Modern Abattoir,” he added.
Meanwhile, CM said that the prices of meat/beef are determined and fixed by the meat traders association.

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