Increased popularity of donkey meat and milk in India

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The popularity of donkey meat cooked food has increased in several districts of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, which has resulted in a shortage of donkeys in the state.

According to Indian media reports, donkeys are being slaughtered and their meat is being used in various areas including West Godavari, Krishna, Guntar, however, it is not officially allowed and this illegal activity is being covered up.

People who eat donkey meat say that it is full of nutrients and energy which gives strength to the body and also increases male potency.

Because it is illegal, donkey eaters have to buy this meat with great difficulty and at high prices.

In order to gain sexual power, Indian citizens are not only eating donkey meat but also drinking donkey’s milk.

Due to the lucrative profits, many criminal gangs have now jumped into the business and are selling donkey meat.

These groups are not only selling donkey meat but also making huge profits from its skins.

Due to increasing demand, there is a shortage of donkeys in Andhra Pradesh and donkeys are being imported from other Indian states including Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

In such a situation, animal rights organizations have also come to the fore and are demanding the Modi government to stop donkey eating and this illegal trade.

NGO staff have taken pictures and videos of donkey meat sales for evidence and handed them over to government officials for legal action.

NGOs have appealed to the government that if the donkeys are not rescued, they will be found at the zoo.

On the other hand, government officials have warned that action will be taken against those involved in the sale of illegal donkey meat.

“People have a misconception about the effect of sexual power in donkey meat and milk,” he said.