On Saturday, at the onset of Navratri, several meat shops in Gurugram were reportedly threatened to keep their shops closed by right-wing groups. 


The miscreants were seen on CCTV footage carrying hockey sticks, batons, and rods, closing meat shops across Gurugram. 

The organisation has also reportedly given the DCP of Gurugram a memorandum demanding closure of meat shops. 


The Chief of the Hindu Sena’s Gurugram unit, Ritu Raj said, 

We have visited Sectors 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 21 and 22, Palam Vihar, Badshahpur, Om Vihar, Surat Nagar, Sadar Bazar, Anaj Mandi Dhanwapur, Dundahera, Molaheda, Sikandarpur and many other places and forced meat sellers to shut shops. 

Supporting this act, President of Shiv Sena’s Gurugram unit, Gautam Saini said, 

The Hindu organisations will continue with their efforts throughout Navratri. The next target is New Gurugram, where there are a large number of meat shops. During the festival, majority of Hindus observe fast and functioning of meat shops could hurt their religious sentiments. 

Not only has the organisation threatened meat shops, but they’ve also sent notices to non-veg restaurants all over the city.