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By Ritika Nath . 23rd August 2019 04:30pm

So now, it’s McDonald’s India facing the ‘Halal Vs Jhatka’ after Zomato got into this rush. McDonald's India is in question for serving Halal meat in their restaurants. Recently the internet is flooded with the tweets for serving Halal meat when 30% of netizens of India eat ‘Jhatka’ meat.

One of the Twitter users inquired if they serve halal meat and McDonald's confessed that they serve Halal meat. Right after that, Twitter users turned furious and #BoycottMcDonalds. Their after McDonald's replied that "The meat that we use, across our restaurants, is of the highest quality and is sourced from government-approved suppliers who are HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) certified."

"All our restaurants have HALAL certificates. You can ask the respective restaurant Managers to show you the certificate for your satisfaction and confirmation”, added McDonald’s India.

Well, nowadays, internet is ragging with such kind of topics which are quite useless and time consuming. This kind of Boycott movement which is spreading in India is a true example of unemployment as people rather than focusing on good things; they are getting involved in such things.

Within no time, the #BoycottMcDold’s got popular and people around India shared their mixed feeling about the same. Check some of the eye-catching tweets here:

The debate on halal meat and Jhatka meat is never-ending one. In Hinduism, consumption of halal meat is an offense and against the religious belief. In Jhatka method, the animal is killed instantly without torture. However, in Halal meat, the process is just the opposite. Islamic culture promotes the idea of Halal meat consumption.

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