Nevada (US), April 5 (ANI): Hindus have strongly criticized the construction union of Western Australia for reportedly insisting that workers be allowed to consume meat while constructing the home of billionaire Oswals in Perth in Australia.
Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that while each company/organization in the world had its own unique policies and regulations, why not Oswals could keep their own home sanctified according to their beliefs.
Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, pointed out that many buildings world over had no-smoking and no-drinking policies. If the Oswals wanted no-meat in their premises, all should respect that. If some construction workers did not like the Oswals' regulations, which seemed quite rightful, they were free to work on other sites.
Moreover, Oswals were reportedly providing these workers a designated space where they could eat whatever they wanted. Oswals seemed to be just trying to protect their beliefs and they should be respected for that.
Rajan Zed urged Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) and its president Catherine Branson to immediately intervene and restore the human rights of Oswals. (ANI)