Coronavirus Is An ‘Avatar’ To Punish Non-Vegetarians As Per The Hindu Mahasabha

As the world grapples with the deadly Coronavirus, and the scientific community is on a mission to discover an antidote for it, the Hindu Mahasabha has a different perspective and says that the virus is an ‘avatar’ to punish non-vegetarians.

As per sources, Swami Chakrapani, the National President of Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha, said, “Corona is not a virus, but avatar for the protection of poor creatures. They have come to give the message of death and punishment to the one who eats them.” Swami Chakrapani also said that the people of China are being taught a lesson as they torture and consume animals whereas Indians are immune to this disease as they worship God and believe in Gau Raksha.

However, in another part of the world, and in the aftermath of the outbreak, there are countless of pet-owners who are getting their animals customized masks because of the fear that they would catch the deadly virus too. Although World Health Organization has reported that no proof suggests that the pets can catch the virus too, owners are being cautious.

The virus has claimed the lives of 1,570 people and infected approximately 69,268 individuals worldwide.

 

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