Asked about the MLA's recent reported statement that he would kill or be killed to protect cows, to oppose a beef festival planned by students of Osmania University in Hyderabad on December 10, AP Minorities Commission Chairman Abid Rasool Khan said, "Telangana government has to seriously look into this matter, and we will also write to government in this regard.

The MLA from Goshamahal here had earlier vowed to stop the festival, saying cow is a sacred animal for crores of people in the country.
Earlier, the Commission, following complaints over the MLA's inflammatory speeches, had called for reports from the state government and the police also.
Stating that "it (his speeches) is a matter of communal disturbance", the Commission had recommended a curb on such kind of speeches as several cases have already been registered against the BJP legislator, Khan said.The State Minorities Commission serves both the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

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