Muslim Madrasa runs campaign for cows' safety in U.P.

A Muslim Madrasa in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal is setting the perfect example of communal harmony in the country since last six years by running a campaign for the safety of the cow which is deemed as holy according to the Hindu scriptures. The Madrasa have appealed to the Government to declare the cow as the national animal of India and also make a stop on the slaughter of animals that produce milk. They also seek to make a ban on the adulterated milk circulating in the country. This does not stop here, the Madrasa also compliments U.P. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's initiative to put a hold on the illegal slaughterhouses in the state. Giving a ray of hope amid the rising communal tension in the nation, such bold campaign surely sets a perfect example to prove the secularity and integrity in the nation.