Lucky Ali's statement on the Halal controversy, said- "Those who do not follow the religion of Islam, halal their..."

After the hijab controversy in Karnataka, the issue of halal meat is now increasing rapidly. Amidst the growing controversy over halal meat, famous singer Lucky Ali has also tried to explain the true meaning of it to the fans through one of his posts.

Lucky Ali explained the meaning of halal: Yes, BJP national general secretary CT Ravi had compared halal with "economic jihad". Now Lucky Ali has also given his reaction to this. Singer and songwriter Lucky Ali has explained to the people the meaning of halal and said that the concept of halal is applicable only to people of the Muslim religion.

Lucky Ali wrote, "Dear Indian sisters and brothers, I hope you are all good. I want to explain something to you guys. For those who do not believe in Islam, halal is not for them. The only thing is that no Muslim buys a product until it is clear that the product is used for the same things that they can consume. It is like Kosher which is still considered in Jewish culture today.

What is halal?: Lucky Ali continues his point by saying that - halal is an Arabic word, which speaks permit in English, while 'kosher' means used for food prepared according to the rules of Jewish law. Lucky Ali further wrote- "The company sells its products to Muslims by labelling 'Halal' and 'Kosher' to sell to Jews. Otherwise, Muslims and Jews would not buy those products. If a brand wants to remove the halal words from their product, it is going to make a difference in the sale of their product.

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