ISKCON Sends Rs 100 Cr Defamation Notice to Maneka Gandhi

New Delhi: The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) has sent a Rs 100 crore defamation notice to BJP MP Maneka Gandhi over her statement that ISKCON sells off cows to butchers.

Reacting to the animal activist and BJP MP’s remark, the ISKCON termed her allegations “completely unfounded” and according to the organization, the devotees were “deeply pained” by her remarks.

“Today we have sent a Rs 100 crore defamation notice to Maneka Gandhi for levelling completely unfounded allegations against ISKCON. The worldwide community of ISKCON devotees, supporters, and well-wishers are deeply pained by these defamatory, slanderous, and malicious accusations. We will not leave any stone unturned in our pursuit of justice against the fallacious propaganda against ISKCON,” Vice President of ISKCON Kolkata, Radharaman Das, said.

In a video clip making rounds on social media, Maneka Gandhi said that the ISKCON is the “biggest cheat in the country which sells cows from its gaushalas (cowsheds) to butchers”.

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