Rampur, June 18: In a shocking incident, a wedding was called off by the bride’s family when the groom’s family demanded that they want to be served beef at the wedding ceremony in Rampur district of Uttar Pradesh. The incident came into light at a time when beef is banned in Yogi Adityanath’s state.

As reported by ANI, this incident took place in UP’s Dariyagarh village under the Bhot Police station.

The groom’s family put a condition to the groom’s family that they should either serve their guests with beef preparations or get prepared for the wedding to be called off.

The bride’s mother said, “They demanded beef to be served at the wedding and a car. When we denied for both, they called off the wedding. The government has banned beef. How can we serve it?”

This incident reminds of another such similar incident that happened in Uttar Pradesh in April 2017. A wedding in Muzaffarnagar was called off after seeing that only pure vegetarian dishes were served for the guests.This incident took place in Kulhedi village. Apparently, the bride’s family told the groom’s family that they are serving vegetarian dishes due to the shortage of meat in the market. The groom’s family called off the wedding. However, there was a happy ending to this incident as a guest proposed to the bride and she accepted to marry him.

Talking about the beef ban in Yogi Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh, after he came into power in March 2017, the BJP government put a ban on illegal slaughterhouses. The UP law bans the slaughter of cow, bullock and ox, and prohibits the storage or consumption of beef. But buffaloes are exempt from the law.