The Bill of Rights is a list of the most important privileges of the citizens of a country and its purpose is to protect these rights from infringement. The cow is a revered animal in India and has its own Bill of Rights.
The bill promises sacred cow and its progeny: preservation, protection, and improvement of stock, as well as prevention of animal diseases, among other things. The states have not unanimously accepted the directive prohibiting cow slaughter. Maharashtra has banned cow slaughter through a 20-year-old bill, signed on March 2, 2015. Following soon after that, the Haryana government cleared a bill to ban cow slaughter and the sale of beef.