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Ayodhya administration withdraws prohibition on sale of meat products imposed in wake of Coronavirus

Prohibition on sale of meat products in wake of Coronavirus in Ayodhya has now been withdrawn by the district administration. The prohibition was ordered on February 14.

India TV News Desk India TV News Desk
New Delhi Updated on: February 19, 2020 15:23 IST
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Ayodhya administration withdraws prohibition on sale of meat products imposed in wake of Coronavirus

Prohibition on sale of meat products in wake of Coronavirus in Ayodhya has now been withdrawn by the district administration. The prohibition was ordered on February 14.

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