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He challenged the Karnataka Beef Prohibition Act to the Supreme Court

The petition states that the law violates the right to choose food, and that many people in Karnataka regularly consume beef. He adds that beef is the staple food for Dalits, Muslims, Mangalorians, Karalites and people from the northeastern part of India who reside in the state.

The petition also speaks of concerns that the decree gives the police freedom to raid and confiscate any property on suspicion, and that this provision could lead to harassment. She says the law violates the citizen’s right to privacy because it allows searches and confiscation by a police officer, home improvement, or veterinary officer.

The petitioner also expressed concerns about the potential increase in cow guarding incidents in the state, particularly in the coastal region.

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